Biden EPA Faces May Cutoff To Guard Rules From CRA Attack, Lawyers Say

February 7, 2024
Industry lawyers are highlighting the rapidly diminishing window for the Biden EPA to finalize numerous rules before they become subject to possible repeal by Congress next year, estimating that regulations issued after May 22 could be vulnerable and that the agency is fast running out of time to send rules for White House review. The estimated cutoff, spelled out in a Feb. 7 analysis by Hunton Andrews Kurth attorneys, could imperil a host of key EPA rules, including several program-wide...


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