Morrisey Welcomes High Court Review Of EPA Air Act GHG Authority

November 2, 2021
West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey (R), who led the successful state effort to win Supreme Court review of EPA’s Clean Air Act authority to regulate power plant climate rules, is welcoming the justices’ decision, saying he hopes they use the case to curb the agency’s power. “Congress has never given EPA a blank check to address climate change,” Morrisey told reporters Nov. 2. “Under our Constitution, West Virginia and other states [are] entitled to a place at the table...

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