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Counterpoint: Gorsuch Could Make It Harder to Address Climate Change
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Counterpoint: Gorsuch Could Make It Harder to Address Climate Change

Billy Corriher argues that Judge Neil Gorsuch's approach to reviewing environmental regulations suggests that he may vote to limit U.S. efforts to address climate change.

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  • Billy Corriher

Judge Neil Gorsuch was not on President Donald Trump’s first list of potential Supreme Court nominees. Judge Gorsuch did, however, appear on a revised list just weeks after he wrote a controversial manifesto arguing that it should be easier for corporations and individuals suing federal agencies to have courts strike down regulations and overrule decisions by experts at agencies like the Environmental Protection Agency.

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Billy Corriher

Deputy Director, Legal Progress