CEI Weekly: EPA Endangerment Finding Challenged in Court

Friday, March 2, 2012

 

 

 

Feature: CEI participates in a legal challenge to EPA regulations.

FEATURE: EPA Endangerment Finding Challenged in Court

 

This week, a three-judge panel at the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals heard oral arguments in a case challenging the EPA's authority to regulate greenhouse gases and carbon dioxide under the Clean Air Act. CEI was among the many parties behind the legal challenge. See CEI's press release on the case here, and read Marlo Lewis' article on the issue here.  

 

SHAPING THE DEBATE

 

A Highway Bill Everyone Can Hate

Marc Scribner's op-ed in The Sacramento Bee

 

UAW: Building Taxpayer Burdens

Trey Kovacs and Vincent Vernuccio's op-ed in The Washington Times

 

One Law for Me, Another for Thee

Marlo Lewis's op-ed in The National Journal

 

The American Bus Revival

Marc Scribner's citation on BBC News

 

Google Unfazed by AG's Furrowed Brows

Ryan Radia's citation in E-Commerce Times

 

The Anti-GM Food Circus Rolls Through Connecticut

Greg Conko's citation by the American Council of Science & Health

 

Dem. Governor Claims Fewer Regulation Under Obama Than Bush

Wayne Crews' citation in The Daily Caller

 

Algae for Energy

Chris Horner's citation in OneNewsNow 

 

Drilling in Alaska a No-Brainer

Marlo Lewis' citation in OneNewsNow

 

 

                     

 

 

 

CEI PODCAST

 

March 1, 2012: A Highway Bill Everyone Can Hate

 

Land-Use and Transportation Policy Analyst Marc Scribner explains why almost nobody is happy with how this year’s highway bill is turning out. Fiscal conservatives are leery of the price tag. Earmarkers are disappointed at efforts to make the bill pork-free. Transit activists are upset that the current version of the House bill would end the practice of using 20 percent of gas tax revenue to subsidize mass transit.