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July 27, 2004


AGs and utilities, cont'd

Jonathan Adler of Case Western has a longer and more detailed argument against the state attorneys general's carbon dioxide suit up now at TechCentralStation (see Jul. 21). Forbes and Energy Central also cover the story, as do the editorialists of the Cincinnati Post ("this is reaching way beyond enforcement of the law. This would put the courts and a handful of state legal beagles in the business of writing ad-hoc -- and enormously expensive -- environmental regulations that would apply to one slice of one industry.")

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