State Opposition to EPA’s COVID-19 Enforcement Discretion Policy Increases as AGs File Suit

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On May 13, nine state attorneys general filed a complaint against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) challenging EPA’s COVID-19 enforcement discretion policy, which we discussed in previous articles here and here. The plaintiff states are New York, California, Illinois, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Oregon, Vermont and Virginia. This article will discuss the complaint and what it means for regulated entities going forward.

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