DOJ, greens oppose utility's immunity bid in solar fee case
The federal government and greens are lining up behind a Tesla Inc.-owned solar company in a Supreme Court row over the firm's attempt to bring an antitrust lawsuit against an Arizona municipal power company.
Justices pass on challenges to EPA's Clean Water Act power
The Supreme Court won't revive a pair of lawsuits challenging U.S. EPA's authority under the Clean Water Act. Justices today passed on taking up cases related to stormwater policies and permits for water reclamation plants.
Judges hear arguments over 2 EPA listing decisions
An appeals court today considered U.S. EPA decisions to add sites to a list of the nation's most contaminated areas, including a large mining district that contains the Gold King abandoned mine.
EPA flouted law by delaying formaldehyde rule — judge
Greens notched a court victory Friday as a California judge ruled that U.S. EPA unlawfully delayed an Obama-era rule aiming at limiting formaldehyde emissions from wood products.
In win for greens, court nixes parts of Obama-era ozone rule
A federal court today sided with environmentalists in vacating a significant chunk of an Obama-era rule guiding implementation for the 2008 ozone standard.