US Supreme Court Puts Climate Authority in Crosshairs

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The upcoming US Supreme Court schedule looks to be a rough one for US climate action, with two cases on the docket that threaten to curb the Biden administration’s power to impose aggressive greenhouse gas (GHG) rules. Those include an energy-specific suit set that could upend federal climate authority altogether, along with a case about government-backed healthcare that could hamstring how much latitude courts afford to agencies to read into their own authority, which also carries far-reaching energy implications.

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