EPA v. Brown
431 U.S. 99 (1977)

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EPA v. Brown, 431 U.S. 99 (1977)

Environmental Protection Agency v. Brown

No. 75-909

Argued January 12, 1977

Decided May 2, 1977*

431 U.S. 99

Syllabus

This Court will not review judgments of the Courts of Appeals invalidating transportation control plan regulations promulgated by the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency under the Clean Air Act and imposed on various States as elements of an implementation plan where the federal parties have not only renounced an intent to seek review of the invalidation of certain regulations but have conceded that those remaining in controversy are invalid unless modified.

No. 75-909, 521 F.2d 825 and 827; No. 75-960, 530 F.2d 215; Nos. 75-1050 and 75-1055, 172 U.S.App.D.C. 311, 521 F.2d 971, vacated and remanded.

Page 431 U. S. 100

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