Judiciary Calls for Emissions Cuts

The judicial department has issued a new resolution in regards to power plant emissions. The department met to work on questions arising from the Clean Air Act. This act, which was passed by the previous administration, provides guidelines for reducing emissions and gives the head of the Natural Resources department the ability to establish restrictions on emissions.
The debate was over the previous administration’s attempt to reduce emissions by 45%, and whether or not this power falls under the Clean Air Act. The department decided instead to reduce Wefald Hall emissions by 25% and Marlatt Hall by 15%. This decision has potential ramifications in both the environment and, perhaps more importantly, the economy, as this decision might lead to a loss in jobs.

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