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Later, she says "The current court is textualist only when being so suits it." Here's the relevant part of the majority opinion she's referring to. Possible at this point that California is now going to lose out on water rights, we should start building desalination before that happens.
Click through to the thread for details on each decision if you've lost track. And just look at what they have in store for next session.
Big if it happens, obviously.
Hey, look at that, protectionism for the dairy industry was bad for Americans! While we're at it we should renew the GSP trade program, which we foolishly allowed to expire in 2020, and has since raised prices for Americans on numerous products while simultaniously stimulating China's manufacturing sector.
This seems like bad product design. Companies just don't know how to sell hand sanitizer.
I was going to say that it's pretty good but at 70% accuracy it has a long way to go, but it beat the national average on Poland’s National Math Exam. So I guess it depends on what the goal is?
• If you want a short glimmer of hope on the EPA ruling, this thread explains how this was probably the best possible outcome we could have expected, and that Gorsuch and Alito's concurrence indicates they were considering going much further. If you want another glimmer of hope: "Emissions trajectories are more sensitive to regulatory barriers constraining new clean technologies than regulating emissions from the existing fleet"