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Environmentalists Say 'Routine' EPA Bids To Delay Suits Violate Court's High Bar

April 20, 2017
Environmentalists are urging the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit to reject Trump EPA requests to delay several imminent arguments over Obama-era air rules, charging that the requests are becoming “routine” and are at odds with the court's rule of only granting such requests when EPA can show “extraordinary cause.” “These requests seek to deprive litigants of their right to judicial hearing and have become the opposite of extraordinary -- routine,” a coalition of environmental groups...

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