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‘Scalia’s death will likely spur a tectonic shift in environmental law’, Obama’s climate rule

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Justice Antonin Scalia’s death will likely spur a tectonic shift in environmental law.

The loss of the conservative firebrand, who was found dead yesterday at a Texas resort, sent shock waves through the worlds of law and politics. Lawyers are watching to see how the departure of the Supreme Court’s strongest conservative will affect the court’s ideological balance.

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