A federal appears court hears oral arguments Tuesday in three consolidated challenges to President Obama’s signature climate regulation, which is known as the Clean Power Plan. Twenty-eight states, including Texas, and 124 businesses and industry groups are challenging the legality of the CPP, which is the most far-reaching regulatory program ever promulgated by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
There are three arguments that are notable for their scope, novelty, and potential impact on the future of the Clean Power Plan, as well as their ramifications for future EPA regulation under the Clean Air Act. This article . . .
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