In American Trucking Association, Inc. v. Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission,  read opinion here, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit last month upheld the decision of the trial court which rejected the claims of various trucking companies that were challenging the increase in tolls on certain bridges that traverse the Delaware River between the states of New Jersey and Pennsylvania. The appeals court applied the U.S. Supreme Court cases that determine when a particular statute allows for a private cause of action (which differs in small but important ways from the issue of standing). The court engaged in extensive review of legislative history and had this gem of an insight: The comments of one legislator on the floor of Congress do not necessarily represent the intent of  both houses of the entire legislative body on a particular statute.   Here  is an article that discusses the case.