24 Jun 2014 in Case Notes
Had Utility Air Regulatory Group v. EPA
gone the other way, it would be a big deal for cities.
But it didn’t. Cities own many small stationary sources that emit greenhouse gases and will benefit from not having to obtain permits for them.
The Clean Air Act regulates pollution-generating emissions from stationary source (factories, power plants, etc.) and moving sources (cars, trucks, planes, etc.). In 2007