DOJ Official Opposes High Court Review in Liability Suits

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The US Department of Justice (DOJ) solicitor general is pushing against the Supreme Court reviewing whether local government’s climate liability suits against oil companies belong in federal or state courts, a key issue in the line of cases that have permeated US courts.

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