Yes You Can

Justices Rule Against Bush Administration on Emissions

WASHINGTON, April 2 — The Supreme Court ruled today, in what amounts to a rebuke of the Bush administration, that the Environmental Protection Agency has the authority to regulate carbon dioxide from automobile emissions, and that it has shirked its duty in not doing so.

In a 5-to-4 decision, the court found that the Clean Air Act expressly authorizes the E.P.A. to regulate carbon dioxide emissions, contrary to the E.P.A.’s contention, and that if the agency still insists that it does not want to regulate those emissions, it must give better reasons than the “laundry list” of invalid considerations it has offered so far.

Well, all we can say is nya-nya nya-nya-nya

Sadly, the Court of Bogus Reasons surrounding his mini Eminence will come up with some other reason not to do what it can, it should and it must.

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