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A decision handed down by the U.S. Supreme Court that does just a little bit of trim work to the EPA's massive power grab and attempts to regulate carbon dioxide emissions (the stuff you breathe out with every breath). The Supreme Court said the EPA can't simply rewrite the 2007 law passed by Congress, as they had tried to do. It also said the EPA can still regulate large sources of CO2, like electric generating power plants--but it can't regulate smaller emitters like shopping centers. A mixed bag.