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​Chevron deference may face changes but not complete repeal by the Supreme Court

The Supreme Court is poised to decide on the future of Chevron deference, a key doctrine for federal agencies, with potential significant changes expected instead of a full repeal.

Pamela King reports for E&E News.

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States navigate wetland protections in wake of Supreme Court decision

Following a Supreme Court ruling that removed federal protections for many wetlands, states are now divided on how to respond, with some enhancing protections and others rolling them back.

Alex Brown reports for Stateline.

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Supreme Court scrutinizes EPA's anti-pollution strategy across states

The Supreme Court evaluates the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's initiative to decrease emissions affecting neighboring states, aiming to mitigate smog-related health issues.

Anna Phillips and Ann E. Marimow report for The Washington Post.

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Supreme Court weighs overturning a pillar of regulatory law

While federal agencies are promulgating a slew of climate regulations, the high court heard arguments for limiting regulators' power.
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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 potentially huge Supreme Court case has a hidden conservative backer

The case, to be argued by lawyers linked to the petrochemicals billionaire Charles Koch, could sharply curtail the government’s regulatory authority.
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A fight over a fishing regulation could help tear down the administrative state

The Supreme Court will hear arguments on Wednesday over whether to overturn a key precedent on the power of executive agencies.