Supreme Court Allows Mexican Trucks To Enter the United States Without Environmental Impact Assessments

Bhargava, Michael
August 2004
Ecology Law Quarterly;2004, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p719
Academic Journal
Argues against the ruling of the U.S. Supreme Court to allow the entrance of trucks from Mexico in the vicinity of the country without environmental impact assessments in August 2004. Background of the case; Criticisms on the shortcomings of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to monitor the entry of the vehicles; Comments concerning the violations committed by the department of Transportation against the Clean Air Act.


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