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Supreme Court Hears Argument on EPA Regulation of Stationary Source Greenhouse Gas Emissions

25 February 2014

Environment Alert

The Supreme Court seemed inclined to seek a middle way with respect to the EPA's Clean Air Act (CAA) regulations regarding stationary source emissions of greenhouse gases (GHGs) at February 24's oral argument in Utility Air Regulatory Group v. EPA, with at least Chief Justice Roberts showing interest in an interpretation of the Act that would allow the EPA to regulate most large GHG sources under the CAA's Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) provisions.

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