International Harvester Co. v. Ruckelshaus

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International Harvester Co. v. Ruckelshaus  (1973) 
by the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit
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Bazelon

478 F.2d 615

INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY, GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION, CHRYSLER CORPORATION, A DELAWARE CORPORATION, FORD MOTOR COMPANY, PETITIONERS

v.

WILLIAM D. RUCKELSHAUS, ADMINISTRATOR, ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, RESPONDENT

No. 72-1517, 72-1525, 72-1529, 72-1537

United States Court of Appeals,
District of Columbia Circuit.


February 10, 1973, Decided


Petition for Review of An order Of the Administrator, Environmental Protection Agency.

Reuben L. Hedlund, of the Bar of the Supreme Court of Illinois, pro hac vice, by special leave of the Court, with whom Lawrence Gunnels was on the brief, for Petitioner in No. 72-1517.

Frederick M. Rowe with whom Edward W. Warren, F. F. Hilder, William L. Weber, Jr., and Hammond E. Chaffetz were on the brief, for Petitioner in No. 72-1525.

John E. Nolan, Jr., with whom Robert E. Jordan, III, William G. Christopher, Michael J. Malley, Richard H. Porter, Scott R. Schoenfeld and Victor C. Tomlinson were on the brief, for Petitioner in No. 72-1529.

Howard P. Willens, with whom Jay F. Lapin, William P. Hoffman, Jr., Gerald Goldman, were on the brief, for Petitioner in No. 72-1537.

James A. Glasgow, Attorney, Department of Justice, with whom Kent Frizzell, Assistant Attorney General, Edmund B. Clark and Raymond N. Zagone, Attorneys, Department of Justice, were on the brief, for Appellee.

Jerome Maskowski was on the brief, for State of Michigan, Amicus Curiae.

Bazelon, Chief Judge, Tamm and Leventhal, Circuit Judges. Bazelon, Chief Judge, (concurring in result).