by Marianne Lavelle, InsideClimate News
Massachusetts’ highest court on Tuesday resoundingly upheld the state’s power to impose limits on carbon emissions from power plants.
It’s the latest example of states establishing their authority to fill the regulatory void the Trump administration is creating as it moves to roll back the Clean Power Plan and other federal climate regulations.
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