Some Environmentalists Urge Caution On Appealing ‘Rights’ Injunction

January 24, 2024
Some environmentalists are suggesting the Biden administration may need to proceed cautiously before deciding whether to appeal a Louisiana federal judge’s sweeping preliminary injunction barring EPA and the Department of Justice (DOJ) from enforcing their longstanding Civil Rights Act rules to alleviate disparate impacts in minority communities. They say the administration will need to weigh the risk of losing on appeal, which would expand an adverse precedent, against the prospects that they can block the injunction. Debbie Chizewer of Earthjustice...

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