The Supreme Court’s Decision in West Virginia v. EPA
The Supreme Court’s decision has been issued in the West Virginia v. EPA case, concerning challenges to the Trump EPA’s Affordable Clean Energy (ACE) rule, including the scope of EPA’s authority to regulate greenhouse gases from the power sector. This program will provide background on the case, discuss the Court’s decision, and offer thoughts on what the decision means for (i) EPA’s efforts to limit power plant pollution, and (ii) administrative law in general. The speaker, Michael Myers from the New York State Attorney General’s office, argued before the D.C. Circuit in the case below challenging the ACE rule and in the litigation over EPA’s previous rule, the Clean Power Plan.
Speaker: Michael J. Myers, Senior Counsel, New York State Attorney General’s Office
Planning Co-Chair: Marla E. Wieder, U.S. EPA, Region 2
Planning Co-Chair: Lawrence P. Schnapf, Schnapf LLC
Moderator;Planning Co-Chair: Matthew J. Sinkman, Environmental Group
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- July 13, 2022
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