GOP States Detail ‘Major Questions’ Claims Against EPA Auto GHG Rule

November 3, 2022
Republican-led states are detailing their legal claims against EPA’s revised light-duty vehicle greenhouse gas standards, asserting they “functionally force” a ramp up of electrification that threatens grid reliability and national security, and in doing so violate the Supreme Court’s “major questions” doctrine. The Texas-led coalition of 17 states in a Nov. 3 opening brief filed in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit also claims that EPA’s GHG standards covering model years (MY) 2023-26 are arbitrary...

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