SUPREME COURT ON EPA GREENHOUSE RULE - MARLO LEWIS
Globalwarming.org: Supreme Court to Review EPA Greenhouse Rule: What If Petitioners Win — or Lose?
The Supreme Court today will hear oral arguments in an important greenhouse gas regulation case.
In the new case, Utility Air Regulatory Group v. EPA, the Court will limit its review to one question: “Whether EPA permissibly determined that greenhouse gas emissions from new motor vehicles triggered permitting requirements under the Clean Air Act for stationary sources that emit greenhouse gases.” (In other words, the Court will review the agency’s April 2010 Timing Rule.)
In short, constitutionalists have a significant new opportunity to make the case in the court of public opinion for an accountable regulatory system in which the people’s representatives, not non-elected bureaucrats or activist judges appointed for life, make the big policy decisions. > Read more
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