Tag Archives: Environmental Protection Agency

Advocates, Beware Selectively Quoting Your Opponent

Judge Ginsburg’s opinion upholding the EPA’s new national ambient air quality standard (NAAQS) for nitrogen dioxide [pdf] sounds a warning note about the dangers of leaving out key words from a quotation:   Continue reading

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Prevailing Dissenters in Massachusetts v. EPA to Decide New Greenhouse Gas Challenge

The D.C. Circuit announced Wednesday that the challenge to the EPA’s new greenhouse gas rules will be heard by Chief Judge David B. Sentelle and Circuit Judges Judith W. Rogers and David S. Tatel in February. Continue reading

Supreme Court Could Decide Whether Retroactive Rulemaking Requires Express Statutory Authorization

[Update: The Supreme Court denied cert on Monday, November 7, 2011.]

At its conference tomorrow, the Supreme Court will consider whether to grant cert in a D.C. Circuit case only an admin lawyer could love: National Petrochemical & Refiners Ass’n v. EPA, No. 11-102 (S. Ct.). Continue reading