In the Courts

March 2014
Environmental Law Reporter: News & Analysis;Mar2014, Vol. 44 Issue 3, p10241
The article presents several U.S. court cases related to the environment as of March 2014. Oklahoma Dept. of Environmental Quality v. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) deals with EPA's new source review rule for air quality for Indian country. Florida Wildlife Federation v. McCarthy led to changes to a consent decree that requires numeric criteria adoption for water quality. Maughan v. Vilsack deals with Idaho's wolf trapping and hunting program.


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