“Rebel” cowboys say we have no right to kick their cattle off ... - Grist Magazine ... get a whole lot of methane — a potent greenhouse gas. ... on Amazon.) In 2002, a U.S. Court of Federal Claims judge ... Circuit Court of ... 09/9/2014 - 7:00 am | View Link
Federal appeals court upholds EPA's greenhouse gas regulations under Clean Air Act A three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia, on June 26, 2012, dismissed challenges by various states and industry petitioners to the U.S. EPA's greenhouse gas regulations in a per curiam opinion, which reaffirmed each of ... 08/14/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Federal court upholds greenhouse gas rules This is not unexpected. The EPA drew up those rules based on a Supreme Court ruling that gave them the power to regulate CO2. A federal appeals court has upheld Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) greenhouse gas regulations, a victory for the Obama ... 06/27/2012 - 5:28 am | View Link
Federal court upholds EPA's greenhouse gas rules WASHINGTON -- A federal appeals court is upholding the first federal regulations to reduce the gases blamed for global warming. The rules, which were challenged by industry groups and states, will reduce emissions of six heat-trapping gases from large ... 06/26/2012 - 8:24 am | View Link
Federal Court Upholds EPA's Greenhouse Gas Rules WASHINGTON (AP) - A federal appeals court is upholding the first federal regulations to reduce the gases blamed for global warming. The rules, which were challenged by industry groups and states, will reduce emissions of six heat-trapping gases from large ... 06/26/2012 - 4:59 am | View Link
Federal court upholds EPA greenhouse gas rules A federal appeals court Tuesday upheld the EPA’s “endangerment finding” for greenhouse gases, saying the agency is “unambiguously correct” in interpreting that the Clean Air Act requires the agency to regulate emissions that contribute to climate ... 06/25/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
MASSACHUSETTS v. EPA MASSACHUSETTS et al. v. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY et al. certiorari to the united states court of appeals for the district of columbia circuit 10/1/2014 - 5:35 am | View Website
Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, 558 U.S. ___ (2010), (Docket No. ), is a U.S. constitutional law case dealing with the regulation of campaign spending ... 09/29/2014 - 8:32 pm | View Website
Regulation of greenhouse gases under the Clean Air Act ... The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) began regulating greenhouse gases (GHGs) under the Clean Air Act (“CAA” or “Act”) from mobile and ... 09/29/2014 - 5:33 pm | View Website
Clean Air Act Cases | Center for Climate and Energy Solutions EME Homer City Generation v. EPA (United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, August 21, 2012). In this case, the Court was asked to decide ... 09/28/2014 - 9:02 pm | View Website
Greenhouse Gas Court Decisions | Climate Change | US EPA In 2007 the Supreme Court ruled in Massachusetts v. EPA that greenhouse gases are covered by the CAA's definition of air pollutant and that EPA must determine whether ... 09/27/2014 - 5:35 pm | View Website
Mitch McConnell is criticizing his Democratic opponent for taking her taxpayer salary while campaigning for the U. S. Senate. But McConnell is getting even more government pay while he serves in the Senate and campaigns for a sixth term.
Michelle Obama has been trying to get Americans to move for a while now.
The First Lady has persistently tackled the issue of childhood obesity in the United States with her “Let’s Move” campaign for the past four years. The issue has become a major problem in the U. S.
It's October and in some places, voters are already voting. The latest Associated Press-GfK poll finds those likely to cast a ballot are focused more on the economy than other issues. But that hasn't stopped campaigns from trying to appeal on other topics as well. Here's a look at what voters think on the top issues of the election cycle.
Though teen birth rates have dropped in the past several decades, more than 750,000 girls between the ages of 15 and 19 still get pregnant in the United States each year. But what would happen if young women were simply given free birth control and educated about the best contraceptive options available to them?
Researchers with the Washington University School of Medicine set out to tackle that question, and the answer, they found is clear: When teenagers have access to free, long-acting contraception, pregnancies, births and abortions plunge well below current national averages.
The study, published in The New England Journal of Medicine on Wednesday, took place over a five-year period and included more than 1,400 girls, ages 15 to 19, from the St.