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Manufacturers Move to Intervene in Ozone Standard Lawsuit

The National Association of Manufacturers has moved to intervene in a lawsuit that challenges the Obama administration’s ozone standard. The new rule, issued in the fall, limits ground-level ozone to 70 parts per billion from 75 ppb. “As the courts debate the legality of this new regulation, manufacturers are already … Read more »

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Clean Power Plan Remains in Effect, Court Rules

The Clean Power Plan will remain in effect while the court hears arguments on its merits, according to the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit, which today rejected efforts to put the carbon emissions rule on hold. Since the EPA published the Clean Power Plan in late October, … Read more »

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Manufacturers Challenge EPA’s Ruling Against BP

The Manufacturers’ Center for Legal Action has joined other business groups in supporting BP’s effort to fight the EPA’s debarment ruling, which suspended BP and its named affiliated companies from new contracts with the federal government. The National Association of Manufacturers senior vice president and general counsel Linda Kelly calls … Read more »