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Judge Faults 2-1 Order As 'Shadow' Process But Queries Plaintiffs' Claims

August 10, 2017
The federal judge hearing litigation challenging President Donald Trump's executive order (EO) requiring EPA and other agencies to repeal two rules for every new measure issued appeared to criticize the measure during Aug. 10 arguments, charging it functions as a “shadow” regulatory review process that would not have a transparent effect. But as a result, Judge Randolph Moss, of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, also questioned whether plaintiffs would be able to demonstrate whether the order...

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