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Oklahoma v. McCarthy

A district court held that it lacks jurisdiction over Oklahoma's lawsuit against EPA challenging its proposed emission standards for coal-fired power plants. The state argues that the proposed emission standards, if adopted as a final...

Oklahoma v. McCarthy

A district court ordered Oklahoma to file a brief by July 16 explaining why the court should have jurisdiction over the state's lawsuit challenging EPA's proposed "Clean Power Plan" to reduce carbon dioxide emissions on a nationwide...

Murray Energy Corp. v. McCarthy

A district court held that it has subject matter jurisdiction over a CAA §321(a) lawsuit against EPA for its alleged failure to evaluate the potential for job losses due to its CAA regulation and enforcement efforts. EPA filed a motion...

Sierra Club v. Jackson

A district court denied EPA's motion to dismiss an environmental group's lawsuit challenging the Agency's administrative stay of two rules setting forth hazardous air emission standards for boilers and commercial and industrial solid...

Missouri v. United States

The court holds that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) did not violate the U.S. Constitution's Tenth Amendment or Spending Clause by imposing Clean Air Act (CAA) offset and highway sanctions against Missouri for its failure...