Yesterday we reported on the federal Environmental Protection Agency’s wise move to begin the process of rolling back Obama-era regulations on methane, designed to regulate the oil and gas industry (see Beginning of the End: EPA Issues 90-Day Stay for Methane Rule). Big Green groups with deep pockets sued a few days later, claiming the agency that instituted the rules in the first place (the EPA) shouldn’t be able to roll back the rules they themselves made up. Now, a federal court has somewhat agreed, telling the EPA they have to justify themselves by next week. Funny, the same court never tried to stop these rules in the first place, when 15 states sued to block their implementation. It seems the door only swings one way for the far-left Court of Appeals in Washington, D.C….