Engine Manufacturer's Association v. South Coast Air Quality Management District: Using Market Participation to Achieve Environmental Goals

Henry, Elliott
August 2008
Ecology Law Quarterly;2008, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p651
Academic Journal
The article discusses the issues surrounding the lawsuit, Engine Manufacturer's Association v. South Coast Air Quality Management District, in California. The case is one of the court trials where the state and its agencies have fought in order to promote state environmental policy. Although the Supreme Court vacated the lower court's judgment in favor of South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD), the Court opened the door for SCAQMD to win on remand by recommending that it argue its actions fell under the market participation doctrine.


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