Following a petition for rehearing in Wyoming v. United States Department of the Interior (No. 10-8088) (April 5, 2012), the Tenth Circuit withdrew its earlier decision regarding snowmobiles in Yellowstone National Park, and substituted a new one. As I have blogged previously (in Down the Memory Hole), when the court issues a new opinion, it does its best to get rid of the old one. In this case, the original opinion appears to have been removed from the 10th Circuit’s website. It lives, however, on Google Scholar.
Turning to substance, I tried to find a difference between the two, but it eluded me.