Saturday, December 20, 2014

States Ask Supreme Court To Scrap Risk Finding Underpinning GHG Rules

Several states are urging the Supreme Court to scrap EPA's finding that greenhouse gases (GHGs) from motor vehicles endanger public health and welfare -- a key document underpinning the agency's suite of climate rules -- by arguing that it is based on flawed data and that the agency unlawfully delegated scientific decisions to a non-EPA entity.

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