EPA court victory provides legal backing for US carbon regulations

US EPA has gained an important legal precedent to support its push to regulate carbon emissions from power stations with the Supreme Court ruling 6 to 2 in its favour on emissions trading regulations it introduced to control smog-related pollution.

Reuters

A Supreme Court decision on Tuesday upholding U.S. rules that curb air pollution that floats across state lines was seen as a boost for the Environmental Protection Agency's upcoming plan to crack down on carbon emissions from power plants.

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