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How the Supreme Court Just Delayed the Clean Power Plan

July 1, 2015 21:40
by Tricia Caliguire
The Supreme Court’s decision in Michigan v. EPA holding that the Environmental Protection Agency should have considered costs when making the decision to regulate mercury emissions from power plants (the “MATS Rule”) may have put the brakes on the late-summer release of the final Clean Power Plan (“CPP”), the regulations limiting CO2 emissions from power plants – but not because EPA failed to consider the costs. They did, just not the right ones.

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