Immigration Order Could Boost EPA Critics' Data Quality Suits Over Rules

March 2, 2015
A Texas federal judge's order allowing states to advance with their suit aiming to block President Obama's immigration policy could also boost EPA critics' plans to sue the agency over alleged Information Quality Act (IQA) violations in rules, because the order reinforces states' litigation rights that are similar to those in the planned IQA suits. The immigration order , by U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas Judge Andrew S. Hanan, embraces the " parens patriae " legal...

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