Supreme Court Takes First Global Warming Case The Supreme Court agrees to hear arguments on whether the federal government should regulate greenhouse gases, including carbon dioxide, under the Clean Air Act. Is carbon dioxide a 'pollutant' in the traditional sense of the word?
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Supreme Court Takes First Global Warming Case

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Supreme Court Takes First Global Warming Case

Supreme Court Takes First Global Warming Case

Supreme Court Takes First Global Warming Case

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The Supreme Court agrees to hear arguments on whether the federal government should regulate greenhouse gases, including carbon dioxide, under the Clean Air Act. Is carbon dioxide a pollutant in the traditional sense of the word?

Guests:

Marlo Lewis, Jr., senior fellow, Competitive Enterprise Institute

David Bookbinder, senior attorney for the Sierra Club