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    Report: Big Oil to take EPA's ethanol blend law to Supreme Court

    Big Oil's flagship trade association – the American Petroleum Institute – and eight other industry groups have filed with the US Supreme Court to stop higher blends of ethanol (specifically, 15 percent, or E15) from entering the US gasoline supply. They're asking the Supreme Court to ...

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    Gov. Bobby Jindal compares health care mandate to buying Chevy Volt

    The conservative movement in the U.S. has taken a decidedly negative approach to the Affordable Care Act (or ObamaCare, as some call it). What we didn't know was that the law is like having to buy a Chevrolet Volt. That's what Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal said while he was talking about how ...

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    Supreme Court strikes down Bloomberg's hybrid taxi plan for NYC

    New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has fought long and hard to uphold a local law requiring all city cab companies to replace their gas-guzzling Ford Crown Victoria sedans with more efficient livery vehicles. A noble goal, no doubt, but the Supreme Court is having none of it. The New York Post ...

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    What's behind the greenhouse-gas suit before the Supreme Court?

    This issue is extremely complex; however, a few recent articles are worth reading if interested. Massachusetts is leading a coalition of 12 states, a few cities (including San Francisco and Aspen) and environmental groups in a lawsuit against the EPA. While under President Clinton, the EPA said it ...

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    Massachusetts v. EPA: The Monkey Trial of the century

    Does the Clean Air Act give the EPA power to regulate greenhouse gases? If so, can the EPA avoid exercising that authority simply because it doesn't want to? These are the two primary questions David Bookbinder, senior attorney for the Sierra Club, wants the U.S. Supreme Court to answer when ...


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