Today's Washington Post has this editorial arguing that the Vermont GHG ruling should prompt U.S.EPA to issue the requisite waiver of the California standards to allow California, Vermont, and other states to implement those standards. The editorial concludes:
"Two years to make a decision? No wonder California Attorney General Jerry Brown has threatened to go to court if no decision is made by the end of October. And he'd be right to take that action. What California and Vermont are trying to do is bold and necessary. The EPA needs to grant the waiver and step out of the way."
(posted by Tim Dowling)