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For over thirteen years, the Texas Public Policy Foundation’s Policy Orientation has been one of the nation’s top policy conferences, selling out each year while bringing together lawmakers, policy experts, and engaged citizens from across the political spectrum to discuss critical issues facing the Lone Star State and America. 

Policy Orientation 2016 will be held January 6-8 at the Hilton Austin. For more information and to register, please visit policyorientation.com.
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Theodore Hadzi-Antich

Pacific Legal Foundation
Senior Attorney

Ted Hadzi-Antich is a senior environmental attorney at the national headquarters of Pacific Legal Foundation in Sacramento, California.  Pacific Legal Foundation is a not-for-profit organization specializing in defending individual liberty, property rights, and a balanced approach to environmental regulation.

Ted has been an environmental lawyer for almost 40 years, and he practices in the areas of the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act, the Endangered Species Act, the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, the National Environmental Policy Act and other federal and state environmental laws.  Ted is Pacific Legal Foundation’s lead attorney in Clean Air Act litigation.  Most recently, he has been involved in challenging Federal and California greenhouse gas emissions standards on a variety of constitutional and statutory grounds.  Among other things, he is challenging California’s cap-and-trade regulation governing carbon dioxide emissions, a case now pending in California’s appellate court system.

A former government official, law professor, and private practitioner, Mr. Hadzi-Antich has been closely following the development of EPA’s Clean Power Plan, which regulates carbon dioxide emissions from power plants throughout the nation.  Starting with a historical perspective, Mr. Hadzi-Antich will focus on the current legal challenges to the Clean Power Plan pending in the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.