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SCOTUS Weighs Fate of Biden’s ‘Good Neighbor’ Smog Rule Amid Legal Battle

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SCOTUS Weighs Fate of Biden's 'Good Neighbor' Smog Rule Amid Legal Battle

The Supreme Court is currently at the center of a legal battle over the Biden administration's "good neighbor" smog rule, with three Republican-led states and industry groups urging justices to halt the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) plan. The initiative aims to curb air pollution that crosses state lines, particularly focusing on emission limits for power plants and various industries in upwind states.

The three states leading the charge against the EPA's plan are Ohio, Indiana, and West Virginia. They have filed an emergency request with the Supreme Court, contending that the EPA is overstepping its authority. . .

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