Supreme Court: EPA must consider<BR> vehicle greenhouse-gas emissions

GRIDLOCKED: Traffic comes to a halt in September on Interstate 5 in Sacramento, Calif.  The state was one of 12 that joined in suing the EPA over its decision not to regulate vehicle emissions of greenhouse gases. /
GRIDLOCKED: Traffic comes to a halt in September on Interstate 5 in Sacramento, Calif. The state was one of 12 that joined in suing the EPA over its decision not to regulate vehicle emissions of greenhouse gases. /
WASHINGTON – In a 5-4 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court yesterday condemned federal environmental officials’ “steadfast refusal to regulate greenhouse gas emissions,” saying it “presents a risk of harm that is both ‘actual and ‘imminent.’ ” The ruling came in “Massachusetts v. Environmental Protection Agency,” a multi-state challenge to EPA vehicle regulations. (Power-plant emissions are…

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