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4 Questions Environmental Attorneys Have About The CAA

Law360, New York (July 28, 2017, 6:46 PM EDT) -- Implementing the Clean Air Act has always been complicated, but President Donald Trump's stated commitment to backing away from Obama-era priorities has added new uncertainty for groups on all sides, leaving practitioners scratching their heads about greenhouse gases, air quality permits and how far the Trump administration will go.

Here are four questions about the Clean Air Act that lawyers said they'd like to see cleared up.

How Will the Trump Administration Address Greenhouse Gases?

The Trump administration has backed away from a plan to control carbon dioxide emissions from power plants as contemplated by the Clean Power Plan, which was...

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