Jonathan Alter argues that today’s Supreme Court rulling in Massachusetts v. EPA, in which the court ruled that carbon dioxide must be regulated as a pollutant under the Clean Air Act, provides precedent for a lot more lawsuits by people who object to the way regulatory agencies do things.
More from Alter on the case here.
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