Re-Defining the "Affected Person": The Contested Case Process for Permits Granted by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
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Argues that the TCEQ should recognize the interests of future generations during the permit granting process. It provides a basic explanation of the permit application process and it discusses the process used to contest a granted permit. It thoroughly discusses whom the TCEQ allows to contest a permit. And finally, it analyzes other areas of law where the interests of future generations are represented, and demonstrates why it is practicable and logical that the TCEQ should recognize the interests of future generations during the permit process.