WaPo sweats SCOTUS review of EPA authority over coal power plants — ‘pro-EPA outcome is far from guaranteed’

The WaPo editorializes:

A recent Supreme Court ruling found that the government has a coherent greenhouse gas policy in place, which indicates that the Obama administration stands a good shot at defending its right to pursue that policy. But the justices could have simply let lower court rulings stand; a pro-EPA outcome is far from guaranteed.

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3 responses to “WaPo sweats SCOTUS review of EPA authority over coal power plants — ‘pro-EPA outcome is far from guaranteed’

  1. The Supreme Court is rarely supposed to review facts, so the issues of the physics aren’t really supposed to come up. I know that sounds bizarre but the facts are supposed to be handled at trial rather than on appeal.
    This really ought to be handled at the legislature; Congress should pass laws restricting the EPA and people need to vote for reps who will vote that way. Hint: Tea Party.

  2. Coherent?
    That implies logic, which is totally missing from the environMENTAList meme.

  3. “…a pro-EPA outcome is far from guaranteed.”
    A pro-EPA outcome is far from desired.

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