DC Circ. Judges Losing Patience With EPA Over CPP Delay

Law360 (June 26, 2018, 4:40 PM EDT) -- The D.C. Circuit on Tuesday agreed to give the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 60 more days to figure out what it wants to do with the Clean Power Plan, but three judges said this could be the last extension they vote for.

Judges Robert Wilkins and Patricia Millett said in a statement concurring with the new stay that their patience is at an end as the EPA has been engaged in the regulatory process to rescind and replace the CPP for more than a year. The judges chastised industry groups and states that opposed the CPP for having lost interest in...

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