Twelve states, led by Massachusetts and joined by the District of Columbia, are objecting to the Environmental Protection Agency’s decision to decline to issue emissions standards for new cars and trucks.
and now the SCOTUS is deciding if the states have any legal ground to challenge the EPA:
"Respectfully, Your Honor, it is not the stratosphere. It’s the troposphere," Milkey said. "Troposphere, whatever. I told you before I’m not a scientist," Scalia said to laughter. "That’s why I don’t want to have to deal with global warming, to tell you the truth."
Being a Justice of the Supreme Court is hard, guys. It’s hard work. Heckuva job, Tony!