US Supreme Court rules that EPA can regulate greenhouse gases
Justice John Paul Stevens, wrote the majority opinion and said that the EPA's previous decision not do anything about greenhouse gases "arbitrary, capricious or otherwise not in accordance with law." The court has not dictated what the regulations should be, only that the EPA has the power do something and must justify any action or inaction on the subject. Given the Bush administration's disdain for environmental enforcement, it remains unlikely that anything will be done until at least after January 2009.
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