Horne v. Department of Agriculture, No. 14-275 (U.S. June 22, 2015), is a takings case about the price support program for California raisins.  That may seem a little far afield for environmental lawyers, but the case bears some careful analysis.  Among other things, the Court draws a distinction between the analysis appropriate for a regulatory taking and a physical taking, even when — as in Horne — the physical taking is really part of a regulatory scheme.  My July column in the Pennsylvania Law Weekly looks at this case and its implications for our practice area.  Read ‘Horne’ and Environmental Law:  The Case of the Taken Raisins, 38 Pa. L. Weekly 664 (July 21, 2015), by clicking here.