15 States File Lawsuits to Block EPA O&G Methane Rule

lawsuitIn May the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) once again far overstepped its charter by seizing power that doesn’t belong to it. They issued new methane rules in a back-door way to try and regulate the oil and gas industry (see EPA Does it Again: Tries to Destroy O&G with New Methane Rule). North Dakota was the first state to sue the EPA over the new standard. Not long after Texas also sued. And last week, another 13 states joined together to sue over the standard–to block it from taking effect. All 15 are now combined into a single case. Below is a list of the states with spine, standing up to the bullies at the EPA, along with the paltry, precious-little reporting we can find about the lawsuit launched last week by a group of 13 states joined, to the lawsuits by ND and TX…

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