5th Circle Will not disrupt the decision to relaunch the climate metric
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By Juan Carlos Rodriguez (April 14, 2022, 6:47 p.m. EDT) — The Fifth Circuit on Thursday denied a motion filed by 10 Republican state attorneys general for an en banc review of a panel’s decision to reinstate Biden administration actions to raise estimated costs resulting from greenhouse gas pollution while an appeal of a Louisiana federal judge’s decision to block the effort is pending.
Louisiana, Texas and the other states had asked an en banc panel to overturn a unanimous three-judge decision they said caused them ‘irreparable’ harm by allowing the Biden administration to use social cost greenhouse gas calculations in rule making. They said using the metrics would cause…
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