Babst Calland plans to issue a series of Administrative Watch alerts to assist our clients and friends in understanding the significant regulatory actions arising out of the Trump administration, and the effect of legal challenges to those actions including citizen suits by environmental groups. State agencies, such as the Pennsylvania DEP, and local municipalities, may react to the change in the federal administration by modifying their rules and policies governing environmental matters. As such, in addition to reporting on decisions issued by federal courts and agencies, we will identify significant enforcement actions and regulations issued by state agencies, as well as ordinances issued by municipalities to restrict energy projects and commercial development.
The first in the series, “Early Moves in Trump Administration Reduce Regulation, Rouse Environmental Groups” addresses the first 60 days of the Trump administration’s executive and congressional actions impacting environmental regulations and the energy sector. Industry has largely applauded these moves, but environmental groups have signaled that they intend to aggressively challenge these actions in court.
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