A Sleeper Case At The Supreme Court

The facts, on the face of it, are simple. On Nov. 7, the Supreme Court will hear arguments in two cases pitting the Environmental Protection Agency against American Trucking Assns., the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and a host of other business petitioners. They are arguing that, in setting new safety standards for air quality, the EPA is exceeding its congressional mandate to regulate clean air. The EPA, they think, should hew to a stricter definition of the Clean Air Act.

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