States Aim To Revive 2015 Ozone NAAQS Suit, Fearing No Reconsideration

May 18, 2018
States opposed to the Obama EPA's 2015 rule tightening the ozone air standard are asking a federal appeals court to revive currently stayed litigation over the standard, saying the Trump administration appears to have backed off possible plans to reconsider the standard and instead proceed with a regular Clean Air Act-mandated review of the limit. Citing reporting by Inside EPA , a coalition of 10 states tells the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit...

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