Supreme Court Shift Poses New, Uncertain Risks For Environmental Rules

September 23, 2020
The looming expected increased conservative majority on the Supreme Court is creating new but uncertain risks for the fate of environmental rules, with legal experts predicting it could bolster the odds that the Trump EPA’s deregulatory efforts survive but cautioning that the justices could still make divergent case-specific decisions. And if President Donald Trump succeeds in having the Senate confirm his nominee to replace the late Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg -- expected to be named on Sept. 26 at...

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