Center for Biological Diversity's Snape talks EPA 'tailoring' rule lawsuit

With energy and climate talks stalled in the Senate until the fall, U.S. EPA continues to move forward with its plans to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from stationary sources in 2011. This week, several environmental and industry groups filed lawsuits over EPA's tailoring rule for stationary sources. During today's OnPoint, Bill Snape, senior counsel at the Center for Biological Diversity, explains why his organization filed suit against EPA. He discusses efforts in the Senate to block EPA regulation of emissions and talks about the Senate's plans for energy and climate legislation in the fall.