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D.C. Circuit Primed For Arguments On EPA’s ‘Do-Nothing’ Aircraft GHG Rule

October 5, 2022
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit will hear oral argument Oct. 6 in states’ and environmentalists’ challenge to EPA’s rule setting first-time greenhouse gas standards for aircraft, with challengers arguing the “do-nothing” regulation unlawfully fails to cut emissions from a business-as-usual scenario. In State of California, et al. v EPA , 12 states and three environmental groups want to vacate the January 2021 rule, or failing that, seek a court remand requiring EPA to reconsider...

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