Supreme Court Swings at Phantoms in West Virginia v. EPA

Center for Progressive Reform 2022-06-30


In West Virginia v. EPA, the U.S. Supreme Court slayed a phantom, a regulation that does not exist. Why? The justices in the majority could not contain their zeal to hollow out the EPA’s ability to lessen suffering from climate change in ways that impinge the profits of entrenched fossil fuel interests.


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Robert Fischman

Date tagged:

06/30/2022, 18:00

Date published:

06/30/2022, 13:01