Carter, Terry
January 2015
ABA Journal;Jan2015, Vol. 101 Issue 1, p52
The article focuses on environment protection issues as well as laws governing them in the U.S with reference to U.S Supreme Court's decision in case Tennessee Valley Authority v. Hill that addressed the protection of the snail darter under the U.S Endangered Species Act of 1973. Topics discussed include the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit's ruling on regulation of lead gasoline by the U.S Environmental Protection Agency under the 1963 Clean Air Act and a energy tax.


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