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Friday
Oct172014

WAR ON COAL FORMAL PUBLIC COMMENT - Next Round in Climate Change Battle with Obama's EPA

Oct. 16, 2014:   The Southeastern Legal Foundation today filed a formal Public Comment in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's latest gambit to crush the American coal industry, the Obama administration's so-called "war on coal," and along with it, more than a million jobs, spikes in energy costs to consumers, and another example of the violation of Congressional intent and separation of powers.

The EPA's Proposed Rule, "Carbon Pollution Standards for Modified and Reconstructed Stationary Sources:  Electric Generating Units; Proposed Rule" 79 Fed. Reg. 34959 (June 18, 2014), proposes unilateral restrictions on coal and gas-fired electric generating facilities that are "out of bounds" and "well-beyond what Congress clearly intended in existing law," according to Shannon Goessling, SLF executive director and chief legal counsel.  SLF won a decisive Supreme Court victory earlier this year challenging the EPA's "climate change" rules.

The currrent Public Comment period, much like it's "climate change" predecessor, will be the first round in administrative and legal challenges against the enactment of the Proposed Rule.  "We are preparing our legal strategy under the assumption that the Obama administration's EPA will go ahead with the Proposed Rule despite the fact that they lost a similar effort in the Supreme Court earlier this year," said Goessling.

Click here for SLF's formal Public Comment, EPA

Thursday
Jul172014

WHY SUPREME COURT EPA DECISION A BIG WIN FOR AMERICANS AND CONSTITUTION

SLF's executive director and chief legal counsel, Shannon Goessling, assesses the long-term impact of the Supreme Court striking down the EPA re-write of the Clean Air Act - not the "victory" claimed by EPA and environmentalists, but a victory saving millions of Americans from greenhouse gas permitting by the EPA, July 6, 2014

Click here for the complete article in Washington Examiner

Monday
Jun232014

SUPREME COURT SLAMS EPA ON GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS

June 23, 2014 - Supreme Court holds EPA "overreach, violates separation of powers" in five-year climate change case...!

The Supreme Court of the United States today held that the Obama Administration's EPA overstepped its authority by rewriting the Clean Air Act to fit its regulatory scheme on greenhouse gas emissions.  The Court struck down the agency's broad assertion of power and held that the EPA must have Congressional authorization to rewrite the Clean Air Act.

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Thursday
Oct172013

U.S. Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Obama EPA Climate Change Appeal from SLF

Oct. 15, 2013 - The Supreme Court of the United States granted certiorari to Southeastern Legal Foundation's case challenging the Obama administration's Environmental Protection Agency greenhouse gas regulations, the so-called "climate change" rules.  The high court's decision to hear the case signals the critical importance of this matter.  The court will hear arguments in February 2014.

Click here for Bloomberg.com news coverage of the decision

Friday
Jun142013

A Surprising New Consensus About Climate Change

June 13, 2013  Atlanta Journal-Constitution columnist Kyle Wingfield points to recent mainstream media coverage about the unexplained gaps in scientific evidence about man-made global warming to call on climate alarmists to come to the table for a "rational debate" about appropriate policies on greenhouse gas emissions and energy policy - click here for article