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Friends of the Earth v. United States Environmental Protection Agency

ELR Case

A district court held that EPA has no mandatory or nondiscretionary duty to make a determination as to whether lead emissions from general aviation aircraft engines using aviation gasoline endanger the public health or welfare under CAA...

Coalition for Responsible Regulation v. Environmental Protection Agency

ELR Case

The D.C. Circuit upheld four EPA rulemakings governing greenhouse gases. EPA issued the rules following the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in Massachusetts v. EPA, 549 U.S. 497 (2007), in which the Court clarified that...

Obama Administration Efforts to Control Stationary Source Greenhouse Gas Emissions Through Rulemaking

ELR Article

The Obama EPA has put forth several actions to regulate the emissions of greenhouse gases from stationary sources. These regulatory developments take place in the context of failed efforts to pass comprehensive federal legislation and...

Center for Biological Diversity v. United States Environmental Protection Agency

ELR Case

A district court held that EPA need not issue endangerment findings under the CAA for marine vessels and nonroad vehicles and engines, but it denied the Agency's motion to dismiss environmental groups' request for an endangerment...