SOURCE: Legal History Blog
This is a note identifying the legal history sources cited in both Elena Kagan's dissent and Neil Gorsuch's concurrence in the court's ruling limiting the power of the EPA to limit emissions.
"The federal government has known of environmental injustice for decades. Presidents have promised to address it. But a legacy of weak laws and spotty enforcement has left Black, brown and poor communities mired in pollution and health hazards."
SOURCE: The Guardian
"Are you really listening to the science or are you listening to an industry insider, who is controlling the message?"
SOURCE: The New Yorker
by Elizabeth Kolbert
Professors James Morton Turner and Andrew Isenberg's recent book identifies the Reagan Revolution as the moment the Republican Party rejected environmental regulation and made further protective legislation politically unthinkable for a generation.
by Fred Zilian
Like the Norse, the Trump administration is showing indifference to long-term interests.
by Carol Van Strum
The EPA, created with much fanfare by Richard Nixon in 1970, was an agency crippled at birth by inadequate funding, political hypocrisy, and laws protecting industry profits above all.
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