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To adapt what Stalin mentioned of the Pope, what number of divisions does the Supreme Court docket have? That appears to be the implicit slogan of Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, who on Thursday ignored the Excessive Court docket’s latest ruling with a proposed rule requiring states to cut back CO2 emissions on highways—that’s, banish gas-powered automobiles.
In West Virginia v. EPA, the Court docket dominated that regulatory businesses can’t impose pricey new laws and not using a clear course from Congress. The feds had interpreted an obscure nook of the Clear Air Act to impose pricey local weather guidelines on energy vegetation.