Murray Energy Urges DC Circ. To Nix EPA Ozone Rule
By Kurt Orzeck (October 26, 2015, 8:59 PM EDT) -- Murray Energy Corp. on Monday urged the D.C. Circuit to toss the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's recent revision of its ozone standard down to 70 parts per billion, arguing that the "job-killing" new rule will cost the U.S. economy $1.7 trillion.
Coal giant Murray Energy is challenging an EPA rule making the national ozone standard more stringent. (AP) Murray Energy filed a petition for review on the same day as the Federal Register published the final rule, claiming in a Monday statement that the new ozone rule would be "the most costly rulemaking" in U.S. history because it will allegedly force...
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