The effects of the Supreme Court’s EPA ruling could go beyond the EPA
Jul 1, 2022

The effects of the Supreme Court’s EPA ruling could go beyond the EPA

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The Supreme Court on Thursday restricted the authority of the Environmental Protection Agency to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from power plants. While that hinders the Biden administration's ability to battle climate change, the ruling could also affect other agencies. For more, we spoke to Jack Lienke, the Regulatory Policy Director at the Institute for Policy Integrity at NYU School of Law. Wall Street has hit a negative milestone as stock have posted their worst first half of a year since 1970. Hong Kong commemorates 25 years since transferring to Chinese rule.

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The Supreme Court’s EPA ruling has big implications

Beyond the Environmental Protection Agency, the ruling could limit the power of other federal agencies.
The Environmental Protection Agency headquarters in Washington, D.C.
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