The Connecticut Law Tribune

Governor’s Office, AG’s office And DEEP Praise U.S. Supreme Court Ruling That Benefits 'Downwind States'


For decades, Connecticut public officials have been strong proponents of federal anti-pollution legislation, citing evidence that pollutants from the Midwest – especially from big power plants – drift eastward and end up in Connecticut. So it’s no surprise that Gov. Dannel Malloy, Attorney General George Jepsen and Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Commissioner Robert Klee are all over this U.S. Supreme Court ruling that seems to benefit “downwind states.”

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