Combatants on both sides of the battle over regulating greenhouse gases see the 2009 Endangerment Finding as an on-off switch: With the Finding “on,” all Clean Air Act circuits stay activated, forcing regulation/frustrating deregulation. The partisans also see the Finding as flag: Tear it down as an act of anthropogenic global warming (AGW) apostasy, or defend it in fealty to planetary salvation. This binary view of the Finding (and of AGW) accounts for the struggle to undo it, including but certainly not limited to petitions for reconsideration now pending before the new Administrator.
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