U.S. Supreme Court ruling limits EPA’s authority in regulating greenhouse gases
by Erin Douglas, The Texas Tribune | Source: The Texas Tribune | Posted 06/30/2022
The court said a cap on emissions may be a “sensible” solution to the climate crisis but Congress did not give the EPA the authority to make such requirements.
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