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Air Pollution

Former DOJ environment official Lorenzen dissects D.C. Circuit's CSAPR ruling

Following this week's U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit ruling that U.S. EPA should reconsider budgets for sulfur dioxide and ozone pollution in its Cross-State Air Pollution Rule, what are the next steps the agency could take, and how could this decision influence future air cases before the court? During today's OnPoint, Thomas Lorenzen, a partner at Crowell & Moring and a former assistant chief in the Department of Justice's environment and natural resources division, discusses the ruling's implications.