The Supreme Court’s Homer Decision: A gift to EPA or a Trojan horse?

05 November 2014 ABA Trends Publication
Authors: Richard G. Stoll

ABA Trends

Partners Brian Potts and Richard Stoll wrote an article for the November/December issue of Trends, “The Supreme Court’s Homer Decision: A Gift to EPA or a Trojan Horse?” The piece analyzes the U.S. Supreme Court’s EPA v. EME Homer Generation decision from April 2014 and its relation to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Cross-State Air Pollution Rule. Potts and Stoll discuss the history of CSAPR and how Homer has the potential to set a precedent.

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