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Who Authored the Per Curiam Greenhouse Gas Opinion?

A panel may choose to publish an opinion per curiam rather than under a single judicial author’s name for more than one reason. Continue reading

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D.C. Circuit Upholds EPA’s Greenhouse Gas Regulation

As predicted, the D.C. Circuit upheld yesterday the EPA’s finding that “greenhouse gas,” including carbon dioxide, is an “air pollutant” and the agency’s succeeding regulation of tailpipe emissions and stationary sources of greenhouse gas [pdf].  Continue reading

D.C. Circuit Forces State Department’s Hand on Foreign Terrorist Organization Designation

In a per curiam opinion issued today [pdf], the D.C. Circuit ordered the Secretary of State to act within four months on a petition of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran, which seeks the revocation of its designation as a Foreign Terrorist Organization. Continue reading