The Supreme Court throttles Joe Biden’s climate agenda The justices voted 6-3 to sharply limit the authority of the Environmental Protection Agency
Supreme Court Cripples Biden Administration's Efforts to Combat Climate Change
The court's conservative majority ruled that the Environmental Protection Agency does not have authority to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from power plants, significantly narrowing the agency's regulatory authority.
Guns, abortion, climate: how a new US Supreme Court ruling could threaten the planet
The court’s conservative majority could press its agenda by restricting executive power over climate change regulation.
Supreme Court limits Biden's power to cut emissions
The landmark ruling curbs federal power to limit greenhouse gas emissions in a setback for President Biden.
Supreme Court decision will hurt Biden's climate change efforts
The ruling will make it harder to limit carbon emissions from power plants.
Major blow to Biden's domestic climate agenda as US Supreme Court limits federal power to curb emissions
US President Joe Biden's efforts to enforce environmental regulation in the world's second-most polluting country have been dealt a major blow by a Supreme Court ruling on air pollution.
US supreme court hobbles government power to limit harmful emissions
Court sides with Republican states as ruling represents landmark moment in rightwing effort to dismantle ‘regulatory state’
Explainer: How the U.S. Supreme Court could hobble Biden's climate efforts
The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to issue a ruling this week that will determine the degree to which the Environmental Protection Agency can regulate greenhouse gas emissions as an air pollutant.