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Judges sharply question critics of EPA's greenhouse gas rules

Challengers to U.S. EPA's greenhouse gas emissions rules faced stiff questioning from a panel of federal judges today on why the court should overturn the agency's determination that the gases pose a threat to human health. At one point, Chief Judge David Sentelle, who was appointed to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit by President Reagan, said the logic of one of the petitioners' arguments was "engaged in some martial arts."

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