Shift From Bush Enviro Agenda Likely To Be Subtle

Law360, New York (January 26, 2009, 12:00 AM EST) -- The Obama administration is unlikely to directly attack positions taken by its predecessor in pending environmental lawsuits, but there are a number of mechanisms at its disposal that will have the practical effect of rebutting Bush-era policies, experts say.

β€œIt really depends on quirks of administrative law, where you are in the legal proceedings, that sort of stuff,” said David Bookbinder, chief climate counsel for the Sierra Club. β€œThere are many, many subtleties in deciding how you're going to reverse previous decisions of an administration.”...
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