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Vermont v. Thomas

Citation: 18 ELR 21207
No. No. 87-4119, 850 F.2d 99/27 ERC 2177/(2d Cir., 06/23/1988)

The court holds that current Clean Air Act (CAA) regulations enacted pursuant to CAA § 169A do not encompass federally enforceable measures to alleviate "regional haze," and thus the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA's) decision to take "no action" on those portions of Vermont's state implementation plan (SIP) addressing regional haze ...

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