EPA Clean Power Plan Finally Legal – Let the Lawsuits Begin!

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EPA’s Clean Power Plan was finally added to the Federal Register this morning, after several months of limbo, officially putting the rule “on the books” – and thus clearing the way for lawsuits to be filed against it within the first 60 days.

Oh, don’t worry though – the wheels are already in motion. According to UtilityDive, 24 states have already prematurely filed challenges to the EPA Clean Power Plan, and will now be able to go to court. Many expect the states to do this today.

We’ll have more updates on this as the legal process glacially moves along; for now, check out what else is new in regulatory compliance this week!

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