Climate change law and litigation in the aftermath of Massachusetts v. EPA

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The case of Massachusetts v. EPA, decided in April 2007 by the U.S. Supreme Court, may be the most important case in the history of environmental law. The author says the Environmental Protection Agency's air program personnel are now straining to grapple with new, enormously consequential legal and policy questions in the aftermath of this case.

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