From Climate Extra

Seeking Stay, Critics Detail Merits Claims Over Power Plant GHG Rule

May 14, 2024
Republican-led states and rural electric cooperatives are urging an appellate court to stay implementation of EPA’s power plant GHG rule for existing coal and new gas plants, detailing for the first time their merits arguments that the standards effectively force the closure of coal plants and echo an Obama-era measure that was vacated in court. “New details aside, the rule is just as unlawful as EPA’s last try,” a coalition of GOP-led states writes in its stay request filed late...

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