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Published: Tuesday, April 29 2014 12:00 a.m. MDT

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Bluffdale, UT

burning coal also leads to mercury in the ocean which could make the water toxic and kill plankton and the 70 % of the o2 they produce for the world. this planet is finite. thigs we do effect it. making money will not matter if our planet dies.

lost in DC
West Jordan, UT

since it's a decades long effort by the EPA, why is it just a victory for the BO misadministration? he has not been POTUS for decades, he has not even been relevant for decades.

Virginia Beach, VA

"Supreme Court revives EPA rule on cross-state pollution"

That's weird.

You mean our Right/Wrong-leaning Supreme Court actually made a reasonable decision?!

. . . Better recheck your facts.

Mcallen, TX


So many times we've been lied to, and some still believe. It's like a battered wife believing her husband will change.

Yep! Our taxes will not go up a single dime, and the deficit will be cut in half.

Virginia Beach, VA

lost in DC -

Yep it's another victory for the Obama administration.

Chalk up another one for the forces of Good.

lost in DC
West Jordan, UT

Why? Why just BO? I guess only in the liberal world has BO been POTUS for decades.

Restating what the article said without answering the question means nothing.


with no explanation it's just further evidence of the extreme liberal bias of the MSM.

I'm not getting on BO for this,

I'm not arguing against the decision.

I just want to know why BO deserves all the credit, as the article suggest, when this has been going on for decades.

Take off your BO-worship glasses and tell me why BO deserves all the credit.

Did he personally argue before the SCOTUS?

Did he personally orchestrate the effort?

What did BO do that BO deserves the credit?

thank you

Mcallen, TX


You'd love living in Cuba, or North Korea. Chalk up these for the forces of Good.

A fool is someone who believes lies

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