Wyoming Revives Old Clash With EPA Over Power Plant Haze Plan

October 27, 2022
Wyoming is renewing a fight about EPA’s 2014 denial of the state’s plan to limit nitrogen oxides (NOx) from a coal-fired power plant, the last unresolved clash of several related conflicts over such NOx plans, with arguments now focused on whether states can rely on EPA’s “presumptive” emissions limits in its regional haze program. In an Oct. 25 brief filed in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit in State of Wyoming v. EPA, et al. , Wyoming...

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