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The kids asked the Court to require Montana to make and implement an emissions reduction plan, all under Court supervision. The Court properly rejected that monster request.
...the Endangerment Finding forces an onslaught of federal regulations suppressing consumption of fossil fuels
We plan to fight on, likely through the en banc DC Circuit and the Supreme Court.
How do you know that electricity prices are going to go up? Have you offered sufficient proof of that?
In the case, we ask the court to compel EPA to go back and re-assess the “science” of greenhouse gas “endangerment.”
Could the DC Circuit — supposedly one of our premier courts — fall for something this blindly ignorant? We shall see.
When you take a look at the brief, you will see that we are directly and openly challenging the fake science of predicted catastrophic human-caused global warming from GHGs.
The key point is that EPA’s “science” has been invalidated by evidence.
In the real world, the “science” behind the claim that human carbon emissions are heading us toward some kind of planetary catastrophe is not only not “settled,” but actually non-existent.
So, as groundbreaking as it is, the Inflation Reduction Act does not change the impact of the Supreme Court’s determination in West Virginia v. EPA that the EPA lacks the authority to require a systematic shift to cleaner...
What the court decides will have huge implications for the scope of federal administrative power and climate change policy.
If proponents of this dubious hypothesis want to limit CO2 emissions, actions must be justified through new laws that have been proposed, debated, amended, and passed through our democratic process.
If President Donald Trump replaces the deceased Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg with a conservative stalwart, then attempts to pull back on the president’s environmental regulatory rollbacks through the courts could be thwarted,...
From The Competitive Enterprise Institute Patrick J. Michaels • April 21, 2020 View Full Document as PDF Executive Summary The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) 2009 “Endangerment Finding” from carbon dioxide...
From E&E News Niina H. Farah, E&E News reporter Energywire: Monday, December 9, 2019 About the non delegation doctrine: A recent opinion by Justice Brett Kavanaugh could be a sign the Supreme Court will consider the...
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