Greater Yellowstone Coalition v. US Environmental Protection Agency
||US Environmental Protection Agency
||Greater Yellowstone Coalition
||February 14, 2012
||Idaho District Court
||Pocatello - Eastern Office
||Bonneville - Eastern
||B. Lynn Winmill
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|May 15, 2012
ORDER GRANTING MOTION TO INTERVENE granting 19 Motion to Intervene. Idaho Association of Commerce and Industry is granted permissive intervention pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 24(b)(1)(B). Signed by Judge B. Lynn Winmill. (caused to be mailed to non Registered Participants at the addresses listed on the Notice of Electronic Filing (NEF) by (cjm)
|April 24, 2013
MEMORANDUM DECISION AND ORDER denying 41 GYC's Motion for Summary Judgment; granting 45 Motion to Remand; granting 46 EPA's Motion for Summary Judgment; granting 54 IDEQ's Motion for Summary Judgment; granting 58 IACI's Motion for Summary Judgment. The Court will remand the de minimis exemption issue to the EPA with directions that it have 90 days to either: (1) take a new action on the de minimis provision; or (2) inform the Court that it has determined not to take a new action, and to file a cross-motion for summary judgment and brief in support of that motion regarding the de minimis provision. Signed by Judge B. Lynn Winmill. (caused to be mailed to non Registered Participants at the addresses listed on the Notice of Electronic Filing (NEF) by (cjm)
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