Judges Seem Skeptical Of Group’s Standing To Target GHG Risk Finding

April 14, 2023
A panel of appellate judges appeared skeptical on April 14 that a free-market group has standing to pursue its lawsuit challenging EPA’s denial of the group’s petition to reconsider a landmark greenhouse gas risk finding that creates the basis for the agency’s climate rules. Two U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit judges -- Biden-appointed Florence Pan and Trump-appointed Gregory Katsas -- appeared unconvinced during the arguments in Concerned Household Electricity Consumer’s Council (CHECC) v. EPA...

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