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Clean Air Act

Parties Still Battling Over Proposed Carbon Rule After Case is Argued

Jun 9, 2015 Analysis

In letter to court, states claim that a tweet proves the EPA has made up its mind.

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EPA’s Ozone Standard Is Insufficiently Stringent, Not Overly Expensive

Feb 16, 2015 Opinion

A lower ozone standard means more benefits for Americans.

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The Case Against Using Global Benefits to Set U.S. Climate Policy

Sep 24, 2014 Analysis

Two prominent economists introduce new questions into the debate over the social cost of carbon.

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General Permits and the Regulation of Greenhouse Gases

Jul 23, 2014 Opinion

Recent Supreme Court decision misses a climate change solution that could satisfy all parties.

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The Role of Permits in the Regulatory State

Jul 1, 2014 Opinion

General permits play an increasingly important role in implementing regulation.

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Supreme Court Decision Strikes Compromise in Greenhouse Gas Case

Jun 25, 2014 News

EPA’s authority to regulate greenhouse gas emissions is left largely intact, but agency faces rebuke.

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Prospects for an Interstate Cap and Trade for Greenhouse Gases

Mar 20, 2014 Opinion

The last years of the Obama administration will determine if the EPA succeeds in implementing a cap-and-trade regime.

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Supreme Court Confronts Interstate Air Pollution Regulation

Dec 12, 2013 Analysis

The Court hears oral arguments on legal challenge to EPA rule requiring states to keep pollution from affecting their neighbors.

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Debate over OIRA’s Virtues and Vices Continues

Jun 26, 2013 Analysis

Cass Sunstein and Lisa Heinzerling debate what really happens in OIRA.

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OMB Releases Draft of Annual Report on Regulation’s Impacts

Jun 5, 2013 Analysis

Major rules, especially EPA's, potentially create enormous net benefits.

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