Texas is now a member of a seven-state coalition seeking to intervene in an appellate court case where the Clean Air Act is at center stage.

The Lone Star State, represented by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, joins Ohio, Alabama, Alaska, Louisiana, Utah, and West Virginia in a motion to intervene as respondents in the case of Environmental Defense Fund v. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The case involves questions of federalism and whether California can impose extra burdensome regulations on vehicle manufacturers.  Read more.