The Supreme Court's decision to take up part of the Environmental Protection Agency's climate change rules "clearly puts on the table questions about EPA's authority to regulate greenhouse gases from stationary sources," said attorney Roger Martella, who is representing the American Chemistry Council in the case. ACC has asked the court to reduce the number of facilities that would require permits. If the court rules against the EPA, it could "severely derail the administration's plans" to "get utilities off of coal power and would require authorization from Congress moving forward," Michael Bastasch writes.

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