Industry Challenges to EPA Actions to Curb Carbon Pollution

A rogues gallery of industries, right-wing advocacy groups, and climate-denying officials is challenging EPA's initial steps to curb carbon pollution under the Clean Air Act and the Supreme Court's 2007 decision in Massachusetts v. EPA. More than 100 separate cases have been filed against EPA's endangerment finding, the landmark vehicle emission standards, and requirements for the largest new or expanded power plants and industrial facilities to use the best available and affordable carbon pollution controls. A variety of parties are asking the U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington to stay all of these EPA actions. Included are some of the key briefs and supporting documents.

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