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Justices seem to want to avoid extremes in Clean Water Act case

WASHINGTON - To set the boundaries of the landmark Clean Water Act, the Supreme Court was asked Wednesday to draw lessons from grocery shopping and spiking a punch bowl, and reminded of an Agatha Christie novel in which all the suspects are, in fact, guilty. At the end of an hour, all that was clear is ...