US Supreme Court accepts appeal to hamstring power sector CO2 regulations

Published 23:11 on October 29, 2021  /  Last updated at 23:55 on October 29, 2021  /  Americas, International, US  /  No Comments

The conservative-dominated US Supreme Court on Friday agreed to hear a legal challenge that would kneecap the EPA in regulating CO2 emissions or allow Congress to delegate such authority to the agency, in a potentially ominous sign for the country’s already minimal climate policy future.

The conservative-dominated US Supreme Court on Friday agreed to hear a legal challenge that would kneecap the EPA in regulating CO2 emissions or allow Congress to delegate such authority to the agency, in a potentially ominous sign for the country’s already minimal climate policy future.

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