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Georgia Defeats Florida Water Claims in Supreme Court Original Jurisdiction Case

USA - April 6 2021 “The case of the disappearing water,” as subtitled by Georgia-born Justice Clarence Thomas, was resolved by the U.S. Supreme Court on April Fools’…

Mark J. Crandley, Richard E. Glaze Jr.

PFAS Emerging Contaminant Response Could Learn Some Lessons From PCBs

USA - November 23 2020 PFAS compounds are not the first emerging contaminants to be addressed by environmental agencies, scientists, regulated entities, engineering…

Michigan Adopts Drinking Water Criteria for 7 PFAS Compounds

USA - July 23 2020 Michigan adopted drinking water maximum contaminant levels (MCLs) for certain PFAS compounds this week, applicable to drinking water providers and…

Tammy L. Helminski, Jeffrey S. Longsworth

Michigan Private Attorney General Sues PFAS Manufacturers

USA - January 16 2020 Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel filed suit against 17 chemical manufacturers Tuesday, Jan. 14, in Washtenaw County Circuit Court in Ann Arbor…

Voluntary Framework for Fuel Efficiency May Blunt Impact of Federal Standards Freeze

USA - August 27 2019 Four auto manufacturers struck a deal with California regulators on July 25, 2019, agreeing to support and comply with a voluntary framework for fuel…

Louise Dyble