D.C. Circuit seeks briefing on remedy in ozone NAAQS designations suit

November 7, 2019
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit is seeking additional briefing to determine potential remedies it could order in consolidated litigation over EPA’s designations for which areas are attaining the 2015 ozone air standards, one day after oral argument in which judges queried what remedy they could offer. In a Nov. 7 per curiam order , a three-member panel of D.C. Circuit Judges David Tatel, Thomas Griffith and Nina Pillard asks for supplemental briefing “addressing...

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