Volume 86 Issue 18 | pp. 34-37
Issue Date: May 5, 2008

Gavel Comes Down on EPA Regulations

Courts find string of Bush Administration's Clean Air Act rules unlawful
Department: Government & Policy | Collection: Climate Change
News Channels: Environmental SCENE

GETTING HAULED INTO COURT to defend an air pollution regulation is a normal course of business for the Environmental Protection Agency. Industry executives direct their lawyers to challenge the EPA air rules that they see as too onerous or too expensive. Environmental activists regularly call into question air quality standards they believe fail to protect people from the harms of pollution. And increasingly, states are filing these suits, too, as well as backing industry . . .

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