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D.C. Circuit Panel Doubtful Of States’ Challenge To EPA Aircraft GHG Rule

October 6, 2022
Judges on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit appear skeptical of states’ and environmentalists’ case that EPA’s first-time greenhouse gas standards for aircraft are unlawfully weak, after oral argument that saw judges press both sides hard on whether EPA’s failure to consider tougher limits was “reasonable.” At argument Oct. 6 in State of California, et al. v EPA , Judges Judith Rogers, Neomi Rao and J. Michelle Childs asked attorney Theodore McCombs, representing 12 states...

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