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Unpublished Paper
No Time Like the Present: The Eighteenth Century Judicial Power Meets the Twenty-first Century Problem in Massachusetts v. EPA
(2006)
  • Jamison E. Colburn
Abstract
In this short commentary, I consider the nature of our judicial power and the Court's standing doctrine in light of the oral argument in Massachusetts et al. v. EPA. My critique is that the Court has invented any number of ways to find that the rule of law can play no role in our climate change debates.
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Publication Date
December, 2006
Citation Information
Jamison E. Colburn. "No Time Like the Present: The Eighteenth Century Judicial Power Meets the Twenty-first Century Problem in Massachusetts v. EPA" (2006)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/jamisoncolburn/6/