Suit wants a court to order Congress to pass a carbon tax and the president to not veto the bill.
As predicted in the previous post (reprinted below), US lawyers are following the Supreme’s lead by again asking the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals to dismiss the case. At the same time, one motion filed at the Oregon District Court asks for a stay of proceedings there pending a ruling by the Appeals Court. Another motion asks the Oregon court to again consider narrowing the scope of the lawsuit. The documents can be accessed at Columbia’s climate litigation website for Juliana vs. United States Some excerpts in italics with my bolds, followed by the Nov. 2 post.
From Petition to Court of Appeals:
If the district court grants certification and stays all proceedings, as the Supreme Court has signaled that it should, it will obviate the need for this Court’s intervention by way of mandamus. If, however, the district court declines to grant certification (despite the Supreme Court’s clear guidance to…
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