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Predictable Fault-Lines in EPA’s Green House Gas Case: Is a 5-4 Decision in the Works?

This week, in the U.S. Supreme Court, NFIB and various other industry groups took the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to task over its decision to begin regulating greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs) from stationary sources (i.e. buildings, and standing structures). Although … Continue reading

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The Greenhouse Gas Lawsuit Explained: What is at Stake and Why Does it Matter?

Last week the U.S. Supreme Court announced that it would hear arguments on an important environmental case. The lawsuit concerns the propriety of new EPA regulations that NFIB and other industry groups contend were illegally adopted. Specifically the Supreme Court … Continue reading

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Supreme Court Holds No Permit Required for Storm-Water Run-Off

What ever happened to common sense? It seems we find ourselves asking this question these days with all of the madness in Washington. But the good news is that there is at least some sense left in the Supreme Court, … Continue reading

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