The justices handed down two separate rulings in a dispute over permits for new or modified power plants and factories.
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The idea that today’s Supreme Court ruling could be spun as a “loss” or “setback” for the Environmental Protection Agency is puzzling. As the L.A. Times reports, no less than conservative colossus Justice Antonin Scalia said the EPA “is getting almost everything it wanted in this case.”

The Supreme Court in a split decision Monday upheld most of the Obama administration’s environmental rules designed to limit greenhouse gases from power plants.