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State standards, §209

American Road & Transportation Builders Ass'n v. Environmental Protection Agency

The D.C. Circuit denied a road building association's petition for review challenging EPA's CAA §209(e) regulations, which preempt certain state regulation of nonroad engines. In general, §209(e) preemption reaches nationwide....

American Road & Transportation Builders v. Environmental Protection Agency

The D.C. Circuit dismissed a road building association's lawsuit challenging EPA regulations for nonroad engines and vehicles. The regulations pertain to CAA §209(e), which preempts certain state regulation of nonroad engines. The...

Chamber of Commerce v. Environmental Protection Agency

The D.C. Circuit denied a petition for review challenging EPA's decision granting California a waiver from federal preemption under the...

Association of Int'l Auto. Mfrs., Inc. v. Commissioner

The court grants automakers' motion to stay their challenge to Massachusetts' zero emission vehicle standards pending the automakers' appeal of a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) ruling in the Court of Appeals for the D.C....

American Auto. Mfrs. Ass'n v. Cahill

The court holds that an automobile manufacturers association is entitled to attorney fees in connection with an underlying action in which New York's zero emission vehicle sales requirement for model years 1998-2002 was held preempted...

American Auto. Mfrs. Ass'n v. Cahill

The court holds that New York's zero emission vehicle (ZEV) sales requirement for model years 1998-2002 is preempted by Clean Air Act (CAA) §209. The court first holds that the ZEV sales requirement must be considered a standard "...

Motor & Equip. Mfrs. Ass'n v. Nichols

The court upholds the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA's) decision to grant California a Clean Air Act (CAA) §209(b) waiver allowing the state to enforce its own on-board emissions diagnostic device (OBD) regulations, which...

American Auto. Mfrs. Ass'n v. Commissioner

The court holds that the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection's (DEP's) zero emission vehicle (ZEV) regulations for automobile manufacturers are not identical to California standards as required by Clean Air Act (CAA) §...