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After the Supreme Court's decisionlimited the Environmental Protection Agency's ability to regulate carbon emissions at power plants, liberal media called the court for supporting President Biden's climate agenda. Dealing with climate change, blaming and claiming that conservative members didn't want it.
CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Tobin said the judge's majority vote to hand over theenvironmental regulationtorch to Congress is a "feature" rather than a "bug". I said there is. He suggested that the court deliberately empower Congress, knowing that it could not pass climate change-related laws, or at least not the size of Biden's agenda.
"When the court says it's up to Congress to deal with climate change, what they really say is that they don't want to deal with climate change," Tubin said. Said.
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File-November 18, 2021, from a coal-fired power plant in Craig, Colorado Steam wave. Thursday's Supreme Court, June 30, 2022, restricted how the country's major air pollution control laws could be used to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from power plants. ((AP Photo / Rick Bowmer, File))
Tubin later said that climate change is here, regardless of the Supreme Court's ruling. Added that it is a reality. How politicians vote.
During the same segment, CNN's political director, David Chalian, was effectively handcuffed to Biden.
"This ruling basically even limited Biden's pen's ability," said Charian, who mentionedBiden's ability to issue executive branch."And in fact, this kind of handcuffs is handcuffing the Biden administration and attacking one of the main priorities of this presidency."
CNN correspondent Rene Marsh said. He made similar comments on this topic and the inability of Congress to pass legislation, arguing that the Supreme Court's decision to hand over power to Congress was essentially "deregulation of the power sector."
"This ruling does more than just hurt the Biden administration," Marsh said. "But it has implications for the lives of the next generation."
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The Supreme Court has 2022 It will be seen in Washington on Wednesday, June 29, 2014. (AP Photo / Jacquelyn Martin)
West Virginia v. EPA's decisionalso flowed into MSNBC. Correspondent Ann Thompson said the decision would make it more difficult for Biden and his administration to tackle climate change. She said environmental experts used phrases such as "disappointed" and "stuck" in response to the news.
CBS statutory contributor Jessica Levinson also resented and weighted the ruling.
"It's hard to escape the conclusion that this is a significant impediment to the United States in trying to reach the goals of climate change," she said.
According to NBC News correspondent Ken Dylanian, the ruling is also "far beyond" climate change.
"It can dramatically curb health and safety regulations," he added.
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President Biden speaks at a press conference on the final day of the NATO summit in Madrid Did. Thursday, June 30, 2022. (AP Photo / Susan Walsh)(AP Photo / Susan Walsh)
A decision of 6-3 limits the distance of the executive office. You can enforce new environmental regulations on your own.
"Limiting carbon dioxide emissions to a level that forces a nationwide transition from the use of coal for power generation may be a wise" solution to the crisis of the day. " , Parliament has empowered the EPA, which is not plausible, to adopt such a regulatory scheme independently in Section 111 (d). " "Determining such scale and outcome depends on the parliament itself, or an agency that acts according to a clear delegation from its representative body."
The dissenting opinion is that the EPA "reduces emissions." He argued that Section 111 allowed extensive changes to the EPA to allow the "best system" to be selected.
The Biden administration is another incident on Thursday.
The Supreme Court decided Thursday in 5-4that the Biden administration could abolish the Trump administration's Immigration Protocol (commonly known as the "remaining")Was ruled.
Under that policy, immigrants seeking entry into the United States had to stay in Mexico while waiting for a hearing.
Fox News'Ronn Blitzer contributed to this report.
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