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Supreme Court appears ready to erode Chevron doctrine

But in arguments at the court Wednesday, moderate justices raised questions about the practical impact of totally upending the 40-year-old legal doctrine.
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A loophole in the Montreal Protocol lets U.S. facilities pollute
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A loophole in the Montreal Protocol lets U.S. facilities pollute

A perceived loophole in the Montreal Protocol has led U.S. factories to emit gases that damage the ozone layer and contribute to climate change.
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Jim Murphy: The Supreme Court Is crippling environmental protections. Where is Congress?

Will lawmakers allow what one justice called the court’s “appointment of itself as the national decision maker on environmental policy”?
Family says bodies found in search for journalist and colleague

Family says bodies found in search for journalist and colleague

The family of a missing journalist says they have been told by Brazilian authorities that two bodies have been found tied to a tree in the Amazon rainforest. The report came more than a week after the journalist and a Brazilian government official went missing.

Rules at risk

Rules at risk

These are kinds of regulations that may fall under a legal cloud after the Supreme Court decides on an EPA climate change case.

Jimmy Carter, at 97, steps into a big fight over a small road in Alaska

Jimmy Carter, at 97, steps into a big fight over a small road in Alaska

The legal battle over the gravel route could gut an environmental law that the 39th president called one of his highest achievements.
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Supporters of battling climate change rally in Annapolis

Supporters of legislation to address climate change rallied in Maryland recently to speed up the state’s goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions from 40% of 2006 levels to 60% in 18 years.

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