Dirk VanderHart  OPB Dec 29 2020

A judge previously tossed an effort to kill a plan that would steeply reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Opponents of a statewide policy aimed at steeply decreasing Oregon’s greenhouse gas emissions in coming decades faced a legal setback in November, when a Marion County judge ruled they didn’t have standing to sue.

Now, they’re hoping for a chance to retool their attack.

Earlier this month, a list of plaintiffs that includes many of the state’s largest trade groups — among them Oregon Business & Industry, Oregon Manufacturing and Commerce, the Oregon Trucking Association and the Oregon Farm Bureau Federation — asked for permission to amend a lawsuit first filed in late July.

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