Is What Went Before Enough to Save U.S. Climate Policy?

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The Constitution that I interpret and apply is not living but dead, or as I prefer to call it, enduring. It means today not what current society, much less the court, thinks it ought to mean but what it meant when it was adopted.

Justice Antonin Scalia

Last week a copy of a DRAFT majority opinion overturning the 1973 abortion rights case of…

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Stronberg is a senior executive and attorney with over 40 years of experience in federal and state energy, environmental and sustainability issues.

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Joel B. Stronberg

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Stronberg is a senior executive and attorney with over 40 years of experience in federal and state energy, environmental and sustainability issues.

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