Greens urge court to rethink rejection of HFC rule
Environmentalists asked the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit today to reconsider its decision tossing out a U.S. EPA rule requiring companies to replace potent heat-trapping chemicals.
Greens win big battle in 16-year war over roadless rule
Environmentalists won a major battle this week in a long legal war over the Clinton administration rule that limited road construction and logging in national forests.
Justices to weigh environment petitions as term begins
Summer is over for the Supreme Court.
EPA asks court to halt lawsuit over Obama power plant rule
The Trump administration moved today to kill litigation over U.S. EPA's April decision to indefinitely delay an Obama-era rule curbing toxic wastewater discharges from power plants.
Former acting AG Sally Yates goes to Georgetown Law
Former acting Attorney General Sally Yates is headed to Georgetown Law.