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D.C. Circuit Decision Could Determine Reach of EPA Greenhouse Gas Rules

One of Bloomberg BNA’s expert authors looks at the potential far-reaching effects of the EPA’s greenhouse gas regulatory scheme if it survives a challenge in the U.S. Court of Appeals.  

 

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By Eileen D. Millett 

The Environmental Protection Agency’s greenhouse gas regulatory scheme could be the most far-reaching regulatory program ever devised by a federal agency. Depending on the outcome of a case pending before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, your local school, church, apartment building and corner restaurant, as well as cement manufacturers, coal-burning utilities, home builders, and construction companies, could come under EPA's permitting and recordkeeping requirements for greenhouse gas emissions.

 


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