Appeals Court Remands EPA Ozone Standards, Allowing For Full Review

February 2, 2024
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit has granted EPA’s request for voluntary remand of the agency’s Trump-era air quality standards for ozone without any deadline to issue another rule, buying time for a full-blown statutory review after the agency dropped its voluntary reconsideration of the rule that retained Obama-era limits. In a brief Feb. 2 order , Judges Gregory Katsas, Neomi Rao and Bradley Garcia grant EPA’s Jan. 3 motion filed in State of New...

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