A party asking to overturn an earlier ruling must "not just show it's wrong, but that it's grievously wrong, egregiously wrong," Kavanaugh said.
"In this case, however, the department departed from tradition and stormed headlong into a new regulatory arena," Kavanaugh said. "The department issued a citation to SeaWorld that effectively bans SeaWorld from continuing a longstanding and popular - albeit by definition somewhat dangerous - show in which SeaWorld trainers play with and interact with whales."
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