Daily News

D.C. Circuit Partially Stays Ruling Scrapping Ozone Implementation Policies

September 14, 2018
A federal appeals court has stayed until February a key part of its complex ruling that scrapped much of an Obama-era rule for implementing the 2008 ozone air standard, postponing transport emissions planning mandates for some areas and delaying its mandate to reinstate provisions aimed at preventing “backsliding,” or loosening of emission controls. The decision, detailed in a pair of orders issued Sept. 14 by a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia...


Not a subscriber? Sign up for 30 days free access to exclusive environmental policy reporting on EPA, the Trump administration's deregulatory agenda, and the pushback from the coming Democrat-controlled House.