Supreme Court to consider taking EPA climate regulation cases on Friday

Reuters reports:

The U.S. Supreme Court meets later this week to consider whether to undertake a legal review of the Obama administration’s first wave of regulations tackling climate change.

For the second week running on Monday, the nine justices took no action on the cases, but the court later in the day listed them on its online docket for its next private meeting on Friday. That is when they will decide what new cases to take.

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  1. if the Supremes found that Obamacare was Constitutional then I hold no hope that any EPA ruling will be rejected.

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