Kimberley Strassel of The Wall Street Journal writes about the Supreme Court ruling in West Virginia vs. EPA.
- The Supreme Court, in West Virginia vs. EPA, has narrowed the scope of the EPA’s authority to regulate greenhouse gas emissions.
- The Supreme Court clarified that only Congress, not the administrative state, is allowed to impose programs of “major economic and political significance.”
- This ruling underscores the need for Congress to step up and work together to pass durable bipartisan solutions.
- Our Climate and Freedom Agenda offers a number of ways to reduce emissions and energy prices, while bolstering energy security, in an effective, bipartisan manner.
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