Environmentalists See Some Upsides To Court’s New Limits On EPA Powers

July 5, 2024
Environmentalists are suggesting the Supreme Court’s Loper Bright ruling overturning Chevron deference for federal agencies could create some new opportunities to force strict implementation of environmental statutes, even as observers say it is widely expected to erode the power of EPA and others to interpret environmental laws. “I do think there is some degree of ‘be careful what you wish for,’” Evergreen Action’s Craig Segall tells Inside EPA in response to the ruling. “The court is going...

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