Democratic States Ask Court To Enjoin EPA Enforcement Discretion Policy

June 9, 2020
Democratic state attorneys general (AGs) that are suing over EPA’s controversial COVID-19 enforcement discretion policy that critics fear will allow excess pollution and other agency rule violations are asking a federal district court to grant a preliminary injunction that would prevent entities from relying on the policy during the legal challenges. Led by New York, a coalition of nine AGs filed a June 8 motion for a preliminary injunction along with a memorandum of law underlying their request and a...

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