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On June 26, the D.C. Circuit issued its opinion in Coalition for Responsible Regulation, Inc. v. EPA, which upheld EPA’s regulations of greenhouse gases (GHGs) as pollutants.  Many insurance companies believe that this ruling will aid them in defending against potential climate change lawsuits – acknowledging GHGs as pollutants strengthens the argument that related claims […]

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This week, a DC Circuit panel held two days of oral argument on the multitude of challenges to EPA’s December 2009 Greenhouse Gas Endangerment Finding and the “Tailoring Rule.”  Very few reports of the argument seem to have made it into the mainstream press, but Bloomberg has a report here, and the Wall Street Journal […]

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Cross post from Animal Blawg by David Cassuto I flew Business Class on the way home from my Speaking Tour in Brazil.  Business Class is better than coach.  In fact, I’m seriously considering renaming my child Business Class.  I’ve also written several epic poems and am thinking about getting a tattoo. But I digress. I’m […]

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