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SCOTUS


SCOTUS Sends Controversial WOTUS Rule into More Legal Limbo 

The U.S. Supreme Court unanimously reversed and remanded a rule the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers rolled out in 2015 that asserts federal authority…


A Rollercoaster Week for the Clean Power Plan

In the week since the highest court in the U.S. issued an unprecedented ruling to stay the Clean Power Plan—as at least two states suspended compliance efforts—the passing of Supreme…


[UPDATED] Halt the EPA’s Clean Power Plan Now, 26 States Urge Supreme Court

Following the D.C. Circuit's denial of motions for stay, 26 states have petitioned the U.S. Supreme Court to immediately block the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA's) contentious Clean Power Plan from…


Committed to "Ambitious Schedule," EPA Wants to Reissue MATS Rule by April 2016

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will issue revised Mercury and Air Toxics Standards (MATS) and legally required cost-benefit analyses by April 15, 2016, court documents show. In an Aug. 10…


[UPDATED] EPA Issues More Ambitious But Flexible Final Clean Power Plan

Editor's note (Aug. 3): Adds compliance cost details, key changes The Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA's) final Clean Power Plan will seek to tamp down the nation's carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions…