EPA Backers Warn Of Unintended Consequences From High Court GHG Case

March 14, 2022
EPA backers are warning of harmful consequences to future executive branch rulemaking if the Supreme Court seeks to expand the “major questions” doctrine via a high-profile case over the scope of EPA’s Clean Air Act authority to limit greenhouse gases from power plants. The ultimate scope of an expected ruling this summer in the case, West Virginia v. EPA , has been debated since the justices held oral arguments Feb. 28 . While most observers expect the court to curb...

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