State of Utah v. EPA, et al

Respondent: UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY and ROBERT PERCIASEPE, Acting Administrator, United States Environmental Protection Agency
Petitioner: STATE OF UTAH, on behalf of the Utah Department of Environmental Quality, Division of Air Quality
Case Number: 13-9535
Filed: March 21, 2013
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit
Nature of Suit: Other

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May 6, 2014 Summary Utah v. Environmental Protection Agency
September 3, 2014 Summary State of Utah v. EPA

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Respondent: UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
Represented By: Scott C. Fulton
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Respondent: ROBERT PERCIASEPE, Acting Administrator, United States Environmental Protection Agency
Represented By: Scott C. Fulton
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Petitioner: STATE OF UTAH, on behalf of the Utah Department of Environmental Quality, Division of Air Quality
Represented By: Craig Anderson
Represented By: Christian Stephens
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