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U.S. Supreme Court strikes down New York limits on concealed handguns
Gun Laws · New York

U.S. Supreme Court strikes down New York limits on concealed handguns

53% Center coverage: 338 sources
The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday struck down as unconstitutional New York state's limits on carrying concealed handguns in public. The 6-3 ruling, with the court's conservative justices in the majority and liberal justices in dissent, found that the state's law, enacted in 1913, violated a person's right to "keep and bear arms"See the Story
U.S. Supreme Court limits federal power to curb carbon emissions
US & Canada · Washington

U.S. Supreme Court limits federal power to curb carbon emissions

53% Center coverage: 259 sources
The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday imposed limits on the federal government's authority to issue sweeping regulations to reduce carbon emissions from power plants in a ruling that will undermine President Joe Biden's plans to tackle climate change. The court's 6-3 ruling restricted the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) authority to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from existing coal- and gas-fired power plants under the landmark Clean Air Act anti-pollution law. Biden's administration is currently working on new regulations.See the Story
U.S. Senate passes $430 bln climate change, tax, drug pricing bill; sends to House
Business · Washington

U.S. Senate passes $430 bln climate change, tax, drug pricing bill; sends to House

43% Center coverage: 211 sources
NEW: Democrats hold united, 51-50, with Vice President Kamala Harris casting tie-breaking vote. The estimated $740 billion package heads next to the House, where lawmakers are poised to deliver on Biden's priorities. The bill caps out-of-pocket drug costs for seniors on Medicare to $2,000 a year. It also extends expiring subsidies that help 13 million people afford health insurance.See the Story

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