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Supreme Court reviews EPA plan to cut pollution that crosses state lines

  • The Supreme Court's conservative majority seemed skeptical of the EPA's anti-air pollution rule in 11 states, with multiple challenges delaying enforcement.
  • Downwind states like Wisconsin face smog pollution from out-of-state sources, with upwind states and industry also impacted.
  • The "good neighbor" rule to limit power plant emissions from spreading pollution is contentious, with costs and grid instability concerns raised.
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