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US-Calif. Emission Talks Breakdown Could Spark Legal War

February 21, 2019, Law360

Gary Guzy is quoted in Law360 regarding the Administration’s negotiations with California regarding a proposal to roll back greenhouse gas emissions standards for automobiles. According to Mr. Guzy, if the EPA finalizes an emissions rule along the lines of what it proposed, legal challenges will likely target the agency’s basis for departing from the previous standards as presented in the administrative record and the technological findings that underlie those findings. He says, “The California waiver was established by Congress about 50 years ago so that would be quite extraordinary [if the agency revoked it].”

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