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Environmentalists Detail Legal Arguments Over EPA CPP Repeal Proposal

October 11, 2017
Environmentalists are outlining early legal arguments they will make over EPA's just-released proposal to repeal the Clean Power Plan (CPP) greenhouse gas rule for power plants, including a major question of whether EPA must take a narrow view of its Clean Air Act authority to set GHG targets for power plants and other stationary sources. Additionally, supporters of the Obama-era regulation are floating a host of criticisms of EPA's draft cost-benefit review for its proposal, and claiming that a narrow...

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