Comer en banc rehearing granted
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FYI, from the How Appealing Blog at: http://howappealing.law.com/030110.html#037225
Monday, March 1, 2010
Fifth Circuit grants rehearing en banc of lawsuit alleging that the operation of energy, fossil fuels, and chemical industries caused the emission of greenhouse gasses that contributed to global warming, resulting in the harms caused by Hurricane Katrina: Nine judges participated in last week’s order granting rehearing en banc. The order noted that seven judges were recused.
My earlier coverage of the original three-judge panel’s ruling can be accessed here and here.
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