A very important case comes before the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, DC this week. On April 23rd, the court will take up the case of CTS Corporation v. Waldburger – about whether a North Carolina law can void claims made by victims of hazardous waste. This could set a precedent that denies justice for the nearly one million Marines, families, and civilians exposed to toxic drinking water at Camp Lejeune. If they find in favor of CTS, any claim filed by veterans for health issues related to contamination after 1995 could become null and void.
On April 23rd, the Supreme Court will take up the Waldburger case. Essentially, that case could set a precedent that jeopardizes the ability of many veterans and civilians alike from filing claims against the federal government for their toxic exposures at Camp Lejeune.