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I finally got a chance to read MA v. EPA, the recent decision requiring the EPA to reasonably justify its decision not to regulate greenhouse gases under the Clean Air Act. The first component of the case is whether or not the parties challenging the regulation had standing to challenge the regulatory decision; this part […]
I am proud of my non-home and native land today, as the Canadian Supreme Court unanimously rejected a government policy that permitted the indefinite detention of foreign born suspects based on secret evidence. Chief Justice McLachlan: The procedures required to conform to the principles of fundamental justice must reflect the exigencies of the security context. […]
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