Connecticut sues EPA over downwind ozone
from Connecticut Post
In a companion piece for a lawsuit filed last month against the Environmental Protection Agency, Connecticut has joined New York in suing the EPA over its alleged failure to control ozone pollution from the Midwest, Attorney General George Jepsen announced on Jan. 17. The case, filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, claims the EPA and Scott Pruitt, its controversial administrator, ignored the requirements of the nine-year-old Good Neighbor Provision of the federal Clean Air Act for upwind states to enforce ozone limits for downwind neighbors.
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