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BG&A Argues Religious Liberty Case Before Oregon Court of Appeals

BG&A partner Adam Gustafson argued the appeal of Melissa and Aaron Klein, former proprietors of Sweetcakes by Melissa, before the Oregon Court of Appeals Thursday. The Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries ordered the Kleins to pay $135,000 for declining to design and create a custom cake to celebrate a wedding that conflicted with the Kleins’ religious beliefs. BG&A argued…

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BG&A Argues States’ Emissions Model Case Before D.C. Circuit

On Thursday, Boyden Gray & Associates argued on behalf of Kansas and Nebraska in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit. The case is a challenge to EPA’s vehicular emissions model, MOVES2014. The model produces erroneous emissions estimates that will make it harder for States to comply with EPA’s air quality standards. The States argued before Judges Millett, Wilkins, and Randolph…

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BG&A Argues Case Against EPA Rule on Alternative Test Fuels

Boyden Gray & Associates has completed briefing and arguing a challenge to an EPA rule governing the certification of new vehicles, on behalf of biofuel producers and environmental organizations. On February 12, Boyden Gray & Associates filed the final version of the Petitioners’ opening brief and reply brief in Energy Future Coalition v. EPA (D.C. Cir. No. 14-1123), challenging EPA’s criteria for approving alternative test fuels…

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