The Justice Department on Monday requested that a full appeals court reconsider a recent ruling by a three-judge panel that overturned the Clinton administration’s clean-air standards for ozone and particulates. The DOJ hopes that the full court in Washington, D.C., agrees with its assessment that the panel was mistaken in concluding that the EPA lacked the authority to impose the new ozone standard and that the agency’s plan for particulates pollution represented an unconstitutional delegation of authority from Congress to the executive branch.