Greenhouse gas battle heating up

D.C. court may decide how far EPA can go with rules.

, The National Law Journal

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No matter how one measures it — the number of suits filed, lawyers involved, pages of briefs, hours of oral argument, dollars at stake — the legal challenges to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's greenhouse-gas rules are about as big as they come.

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Originally appeared in print as Emissions rules face key test at D.C. Circuit

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