A Black Community In West Virginia Sues The EPA To Spur Action On Toxic Air Pollution
Institute, one of two majority-Black communities in the state, was left out of a regulatory effort earlier this year to tighten limits on cancer-causing chemicals.
Why The US Is Losing The Fight to Ban Toxic Chemicals
From a powerful chemical industry that helped write the toxic substances law to an underfunded EPA lacking in resolve, the flaws in the American chemical regulatory apparatus run deep.
Jackson Tangles With Gorsuch In Her First Oral Argument Appearance
Five Of The Biggest Landmines On The Supreme Court’s Docket This Term
Inflation Reduction Act Won’t Get Around SCOTUS Climate Ruling. But It Strengthens EPA’s Future Abilities
The new law amends the Clean Air Act – the nation’s primary air quality law – to define several greenhouse gases as air pollutants.
Listen To This: Danger And Opportunity

A new episode of The Josh Marshall Podcast is live! This week, Josh and Kate wrap up the end of a head-spinning Supreme Court term.

You can listen to the new episode of The Josh Marshall Podcast here.

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Kagan Calls EPA Decision What It Really Is: Unvarnished Hostility Towards Agency Power
SCOTUS Shackles EPA’s Authority To Regulate Greenhouse Gas Emissions From Power Plants
Scott Pruitt, Yes That Scott Pruitt, Is Running For Senate
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