Supreme Court agrees to take up challenge to EPA capacity to limit power-plant emissions

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court docket on Friday agreed to contemplate the scope of the Environmental Safety Company’s authority to limit greenhouse-gas emissions from energy crops.

The court docket mentioned it might hear appeals from Republican-led states and coal

corporations which might be difficult a lower-court ruling that mentioned the EPA had broad latitude to craft such laws. That call, issued in January, tossed out industry-friendly Trump administration guidelines on the grounds that they interpreted the Clear Air Act too narrowly. | Supreme Court docket agrees to take up problem to EPA capability to restrict power-plant emissions


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