January 04, 2022 | The New York Times | 1 minute read

Bracewell’s Jeff Holmstead discussed with The New York Times how the Biden administration cannot count on regulatory efforts to curb carbon emissions with the Supreme Court set to hear a pivotal case that could significantly restrict his authority.

“I think this Supreme Court case is going to establish really firmly the limits of EPA’s authority,” said Holmstead, who served in the Environmental Protection Agency during both Bush administrations.

This February the Supreme Court will hear a case brought by Republican-led states and coal companies to limit the EPA’s ability to cut emissions.

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