A Gift to Corporations

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By Dana Floberg, FreePress Congress is back at it: Up for consideration in the Senate is a dangerous, sweeping package of deregulatory bills that threaten some of our most crucial government protections — including Net Neutrality. Who wins if this deal goes through? Big business — including the...
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What the Supreme Court’s Ruling Means for the Clean Power Plan (All is Far from Lost!)

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By Ken Kimmell, Union of Concerned Scientists The U.S. Supreme Court threw an unexpected monkey wrench into the Obama administration’s plan to cut carbon pollution from power plants yesterday when it placed a hold on the Clean Power Plan until the courts sort through whether it is legally...
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Supreme Court Stays Clean Power Plan

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By Victor Flatt, Center for Progressive Reform In a surprising moves to legal experts, the Supreme Court yesterday in a 5-4 ruling stayed the implementation of the EPA’s Clean Power Plan (CPP) supporting greenhouse gas reductions at fossil fuel fired power plants.  The move was surprising...
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Despite Supreme Court, Clean Energy and Climate Progress Are Full Speed Ahead

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By Mary Anne Hitt, Sierra Club Let’s make one thing perfectly clear – while the Supreme Court’s decision yesterday to put a temporary hold on the Clean Power Plan was disappointing, it won’t revive the fortunes of the coal industry, slow the transition to clean energy, or cripple progress...
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