Trucking, oil and energy companies wasted little time filing suit against the state of Oregon, seeking to have the federal courts strike down the low carbon fuels law before it can take effect. The challengers say the cleaner fuel standards will damage the economy, pose substantial hardship on those who handle fuels and it’ll raise prices – 4 to 19 cents by 2025. Ten years from now.
A similar law challenged in California was upheld all the way up to the appellate level. But those suing to strike down the Oregon version say Oregon’s situation is different.
Here’s the story from the Oregonian. Click here.