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Dave Dickey: Major Questions Doctrine new major trouble for executive branch of government

Dave Dickey: Major Questions Doctrine new major trouble for executive branch of government

Last month, Chief Justice John Roberts and his conservative cohorts ruled against an obsolete EPA plan to create a new but largely undefined doctrine that federal judges across the country will use to stymie all manner of federal agency rulemaking.
“A new zone of uncertainty”: What West Virginia v. EPA means for water and environment

“A new zone of uncertainty”: What West Virginia v. EPA means for water and environment

The Supreme Court’s empowerment of the “major questions” doctrine could limit the federal government’s agility at a time when it is urgently needed.
The Supreme Court has curtailed EPA's power to regulate carbon pollution – and sent a warning to other regulators
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The Supreme Court has curtailed EPA's power to regulate carbon pollution – and sent a warning to other regulators

In a 6-3 ruling, the Supreme Court held that an Obama administration plan to regulate carbon emissions from power plants exceeded the power that Congress gave to the Environmental Protection Agency.
Biden's nominee to lead EPA's air office faces an uncertain path

Biden's nominee to lead EPA's air office faces an uncertain path

A key Senate panel on Wednesday will vet President Biden's nominee to lead the Environmental Protection Agency's air office — a pivotal role for the administration's climate agenda.
Inside a legal doctrine that could derail Biden climate regs

Inside a legal doctrine that could derail Biden climate regs

Conservative groups have asked the Supreme Court to establish a more muscular major questions doctrine that could strike down climate rules.
Check your utility bill. You might be paying for a trade group to fight climate policy

Check your utility bill. You might be paying for a trade group to fight climate policy

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is weighing whether utility companies should be allowed to continue charging customers for their trade association dues.
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