Law’s Victor Flatt talks about Environmental Protection Agency freezing policy

EPA smog plan takes hold—with a big asterisk
E&E NewsVictor Flatt, the Coleman P. Burke Chair in Environmental Law and associate director of the Burke Center for Environmental Law, noted that the Environmental Protection Agency is freezing implementation of the “good neighbor” rule for 10 states—a setback for the White House goal of nudging coal-fired power into oblivion. At the moment, Flatt said, “the state of play is incredibly complicated and that complication works against the EPA.”