US Supreme Court ruling endangers emissions regulations

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The Supreme Court of the United States sided with Republican-led states in its ruling limiting how much the US Environmental Protection Agency can regulate greenhouse gases released by the energy sector. This is putting Biden’s climate policies at risk.

The ruling may also set a precedent that prevents the federal government from imposing standards or regulations in other industries.

Al Jazeera’s White House Correspondent @Kimberly Halkett has more.

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