Professor Carlton Waterhouse Comments on EPA Case Argued in U.S. Supreme Court
Professor Carlton Waterhouse talked with WIBC radio for a story that aired on February 24 about the case Utility Air Regulatory Group v. EPA, which was argued in the United States Supreme Court on February 24. Indiana is one of the states arguing that the EPA exceeded its authority when it used the Clean Air Act to limit carbon dioxide emissions and crafted its own limits instead of using the limits the law sets for other pollutants. Waterhouse said the case poses a straightforward question of how the act should be interpreted.
Professor Waterhouse is a Dean's Fellow at IU McKinney, and teaches property, hazardous waste law, environmental law, administrative law, and a seminar in law and justice.