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Lawyers mull possible outcomes in greenhouse gas cases

As the dust settles on the two days of court arguments over U.S. EPA's greenhouse gas regulations, close observers agree the agency's central finding that underpins the rules is likely to survive review. But -- in a boost for industry groups and states challenging the regulations -- the court could rule in their favor over how EPA applies regulations to certain stationary pollution sources.

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