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Power Plant Ruling Puts Legal Pin in Biden’s Climate Plans

Supreme Court justices drew bright lines on Thursday around EPA authority to regulate one of the biggest sources of climate-warming emissions in the U.S., a move legal experts say will reverberate deeply in climate policy and environmental regulation more broadly.

FDA’s Own Rules Hamper Access to Abortion Pill Biden Touts

The Biden administration says it’s taking steps to increase access to medication abortion in response to the Supreme Court decision to reverse Roe v. Wade, but some of the administration’s own policies stand in the way of people trying to get the drug.

New Gilded Age: Are Lawyers Too Rich to Solve Big Problems?

Indiana University law professor Bill Henderson says political and economic uncertainty stems from wealth inequality, and lawyers are part of the problem. He wants more lawyers to remember they have obligations to the rule of law beyond working for clients, and he’s studying the Gilded Age to learn lessons about today.

How 'Unfair' Property Taxes Crush New Yorkers

The New York City property tax system both confuses and frustrates residents, while driving inequity. How did the city get here? And what are the obstacles to finding an equitable solution?

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