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The Court Case That Will Decide Obama’s Climate Legacy

Seven hours of legal argument on states' right to allow carbon pollution may determine the fate of the centerpiece of US efforts to limit climate change. The post The Court Case That Will Decide Obama’s Climate Legacy appeared first on WIRED.
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