Supreme Court to consider cross-border pollution rule

09/6/2013 | Economist (tiered subscription model), The

The Supreme Court has agreed to hear arguments on the Environmental Protection Agency's ability to force state governments to curb local emissions that pollute the air of neighboring states. Supporters of the rule say it would avert the loss of nearly 2 million work and school days each year to respiratory illnesses. Business groups say the rule would cost $800 million in 2014 and be otherwise economically harmful

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