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ON TAP TUESDAY: The Supreme Court will hear arguments on Tuesday on an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) rule that would cut power plant emissions that travel across state lines.

The cross-state air pollution regulation, or the “good neighbor” policy, was struck down last year by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit.

Environmental groups and the EPA will get a chance to make their case for the rule before the Supreme Court, which extended oral arguments to 90 minutes.

The traditional amount of time allotted is 60 minutes. The extension is a sign that the justices might be particularly interested in the case.

It’s a big day in court for the EPA, as the D.C. Circuit will hear another case on an EPA rule that limits the amount of mercury, arsenic and other substances that can be released into the air from power plants.