Legislative vacuum creates a prominent role for courts in climate policy, says Rabe

October 23, 2020 E & E

"We've had every combination of partisan control you can have: all Democrat, all Republican ... the outcome is no new environmental legislation of major consequence," Rabe said. "That creates a vacuum."

The legislative void is not the only reason the courts have taken on a more prominent role in policy battles, "but it's a huge driver," he says.

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