This week, arguments for and against what has been called the “most aggressively litigated environmental regulation in U.S. history” — the Clean Power Plan — were presented to the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals. The rule, issued last year by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), sets carbon dioxide emissions limits for fossil-fuel fired power plants, and is so controversial that 10 judges, rather than the usual three, will hear oral arguments.
Clean Power Plan leaves businesses and families stuck with the bill
Sep 28, 2016 | News RoundupLess than a minute