A blockbuster Supreme Court ruling limiting the EPA’s authority to regulate greenhouse gasses handcuffs the Biden administration on emission mitigation options, but it doesn’t make future climate efforts impossible.
Pharmaceutical patent owners’ growing frustration with the Federal Circuit’s tightening of Patent Act provisions that require inventors to fully describe what they’ve created has led to multiple Supreme Court petitions seeking to bring the country’s primary patent appeals court to heel.
A move by former White House counsel Pat Cipollone to assert privilege would slow the Jan. 6 committee’s push for revelations from the Donald Trump ally who was at the center of events tied to the US Capitol riot.
The US Supreme Court’s Thursday decision curtailing the Environmental Protection Agency’s authority to regulate power-plant emissions offered conservatives a new weapon to unravel much of President Joe Biden‘s agenda in areas well beyond the environment.
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