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States, Advocates Urge High Court Against Taking Utility MACT Challenge

States and advocacy groups supporting EPA's utility air toxics rule are urging the Supreme Court against taking a case asking the justices to review whether an appellate court erred by leaving the rule in place even after the high court faulted EPA's process for crafting the rule, saying the case is moot and does not warrant the justices' review.

EPA, Advocates Seek To Transfer Texas Haze Air Plan Suit To D.C. Circuit

EPA and environmentalists are ramping up their push for judges to transfer to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit litigation over the agency's haze air plan for Texas, while the state and utilities want the case heard in the 5th Circuit -- a fight over court venue seen as a test for the future of the haze program.

California Seeks Stricter GHG Vocational Truck Rules, Upending EPA Fight

California air board officials are renewing their prior pledge to adopt greenhouse gas emission standards for medium-duty vocational vehicles that are stricter than the measures EPA plans to include in its upcoming truck rule, a move that could put new pressure on the agency to drop a potential plan to exempt scores of the vehicles from strict requirements.

EPA Raises Concerns Over Corps' Draft 'Segmented' Pipeline NEPA Review

Chemical Industry Urges EPA To Change Review Of Controversial Solvent

Citgo Appeals CWA Ruling Finding 'Gross Negligence' For 2006 Oil Spill

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