Gack! I’m so far behind on blogging I don’t know where to begin.

Here’s something: A while back I was casting about for good commentary on the upcoming Supreme Court CO2 case. This piece on Seed isn’t great, but it does have some insight, like so:

A victory for the environmentalists would give the federal government the power to regulate CO2 emissions — and the power to decide how strictly or loosely to do so. On the other hand, an EPA victory hands this power back to the states, including the petitioners — who would then have the authority to set their own standards. Paradoxically, a ruling against the petitioners might ultimately result in the major emissions restrictions they seek.

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