Supreme Court’s EPA ruling could put other regs in danger

The Supreme Court’s Thursday decision curtailing Environmental Protection Agency authority could hamper regulations far beyond climate.


The conservative majority in the 6-3 ruling found that an Obama-era power plant rule was not permissible since it didn’t have “clear congressional authorization.”


But legal experts say this principle could be applied elsewhere, restricting the Biden administration from imposing other regulations in areas including health and consumer protections.