Clean Up the Climate at the Supreme Court

The second is the cleanup mandate on the Supreme Court, when the DC Circuit Court of Appeals’ erroneous decisions last year revived Obama’s Clean Power Plan — the same rule they adopted. blocked six years ago.

The problem in West Virginia v. EPA is whether Congress will give the Environmental Protection Agency an unlimited license to regulate greenhouse gas emissions. States and coal companies do not ask the Court to reverse their misconceptions Massachusetts v. EPA (2009) precedent has empowered the EPA to regulate CO2 emissions, though that deserves reconsideration. Clean Up the Climate at the Supreme Court

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