Climate change, executive power at issue in environmental case at Supreme Court

  • Article by: MARK SHERMAN , Associated Press
  • Updated: February 23, 2014 - 12:20 PM

WASHINGTON — Industry groups and Republican-led states are heading an attack at the Supreme Court against the Obama administration's sole means of trying to limit power-plant and factory emissions of gases blamed for global warming.

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brucelieFeb. 23, 14 8:38 AM

Power grab indeed. Wait until Minnesotans see their electric bills when the force the closure of our coal fired electric generators. And yet all they have is a rising temperature trend that began in the early 1800's. Human records and natural proxies like ice cores tell us that similar warming trends have come and gone many times before, but now a gas representing 400 parts per million is going set off catastrophic warming. This hysteria is comparable to the Salem witch trials.

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mememine69Feb. 23, 14 8:40 AM

"believers" are the ones ignorant of science: You remaining "believers" eagerly condemn your own kids at the mere grunt of a consensus headline with such sickening childish glee that you don't even bother to learn what the consensus actually is. It was a consensus of "maybe" and never "will be" like the scientists say comet hits and smoking causing cancer is and how evolution is "proven". YOU tell kids to "believe" the science but science NEVER agreed beyond; "could be" so stop lying to your own children like a neocon. Did Bush goose step billions of innocent children to the greenhouse gas ovens of an exaggerated crisis? And stop embarrassing yourselves and get up to date; *Occupywallstreet now does not even mention CO2 in its list of demands because of the bank-funded and corporate run carbon trading stock markets ruled by politicians. *Canada killed Y2Kyoto with a freely elected climate change denying prime minister and nobody cared, especially the millions of scientists warning us of unstoppable warming (a comet hit).

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