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US Supreme Court Considers Environment, Presidential Power

An environmental case now before the U.S. Supreme Court could have constitutional implications for the powers of the presidency.   The nine-member Supreme Court appeared divided Monday during oral arguments in a case related to the power of the federal government to limit greenhouse gas emissions blamed for global warming. At issue is whether the executive branch, through the Environmental Protection Agency, is overstepping its bounds by expanding regulation of greenhouse gas...

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