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New report analyzes how state law could affect Clean Power Plan compliance in Southeastern states

The Turner Environmental Law Clinic at Emory Law School today released a first-of-its-kind report analyzing how various state laws could affect Clean Power Plan compliance in eight Southeastern states┬┐Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.
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Nash for The Hill: Lessons from Supreme Court tie vote on immigration

The U.S. Supreme Court voted 4-4 on United States v. Texas, which would have shielded some immigrants from deportation. Professor Jonathan Nash suspects the court was sharply divided both on standing and merit. "We can reason that the court split on both states' standing to file suit (a procedural issue) and also on the merits (the substantive issues). The breadth of this divide highlights the importance the identity of the person who will join the court as its ninth justice, and presumably break ties like these."
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