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Will The Chamber Of Commerce’s SCOTUS Winning Streak Continue With Key Greenhouse Gas Challenge?

The Supreme Court is hearing two major challenges to the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) authority to regulate greenhouse gas emissions.
Will The Chamber Of Commerce’s SCOTUS Winning Streak Continue With Key Greenhouse Gas Challenge?

Via Moyers & Company:

The Supreme Court is hearing two major challenges to the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) authority to regulate greenhouse gas emissions. Last week, Thomas Donnelly, counsel to the Constitutional Accountability Center, wrote a post titled, “Six Reasons the Greenhouse Gas Cases Are Worth Watching,” which detailed the background of the cases and outlined the political landscape that brought them before the court.

The first case was argued in December. EPA v. EME Homer was a challenge to the EPA’s ability to regulate pollution that drifts across state lines. Arguments in the se...

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