Calif. Emissions Rules Need More Mulling: Court

Law360, New York (August 21, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- In a longstanding lawsuit over whether a California district known for its pollution problems could dictate rules about the emissions standards of certain vehicle fleets, an appeals court on Monday said that some of the fleet provisions were allowable, but remanded others back to the district court.

The suit, which centers around the South Coast Air Quality Management District's fleet rules, was thrown into courts in 2000, just shortly after the rules had been published. The District is responsible for air pollution control in the South...
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