350 Wisconsin on SCOTUS Defanging the EPA
A number of recent U.S. Supreme Court cases have drawn political ire and fear among liberals – Dobbs v. Jackson’s Women’s Health Organization, Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard, the Roe v. Wade decision that we most recently discussed, and West Virginia v. Environmental Protection Agency. And while the core question differs from case to case, conservative policy makers have targeted all of these laws to question the authorities granted in each case. In the latest court decision by a 6-3 vote, the Supreme Court dealt a gut punching blow to the regulatory powers from the EPA, specifically regarding the policy measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from coal-powered plants. In the studio to explain the ramifications of this decision is John Greenler, Executive Director for 350 Wisconsin.
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