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July 21, 2004

Eight states and NYC to sue utilities

Their argument will apparently be that a federal common law of nuisance provides a remedy against emissions of carbon dioxide going beyond anything available under the Clean Air Act. Jonathan Adler and KipEsquire are on the case.

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Regulation Through Litigation



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