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News@Law, 03/30/2017

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Bloomberg
Making Sense of Trump’s Order on Climate Change
An op-ed by Cass Sunstein. Contrary to numerous reports, President Donald Trump’s executive order on climate change does not come even close to eliminating President Barack Obama’s legacy with respect to greenhouse-gas reductions. Most of that legacy, involving dramatic emissions cuts in the transportation sector and from household appliances, remains intact.
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Bloomberg
Trump Wants a Win, But This Tax Plan Is a Loser
An op-ed by Noah Feldman. Now that President Donald Trump has failed to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, he’s turning to tax cuts to get a much-needed political win. There’s just one problem: What the Republicans want violates international law. If the reform bears any resemblance to the leading proposal, favoring corporate exports over imports, it’s going to get the U.S. sued in the World Trade Organization -- where it will lose.
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The Associated Press
When a tax refund means bankruptcy
For many people, a tax refund means a chance to fund a vacation or splurge on a big purchase. For some, though, it’s a way to wipe out crushing debt — not by paying it off, but by giving them enough money to pay for bankruptcy. A review of the past four years supports what attorneys know anecdotally: Filings of Chapter 7 bankruptcy, the most common form for individuals, have a seasonal spike...Many consumers rely on their refunds as a way to manage big expenses. “People use it to get caught up on rent or bills, and if they’re too far behind to get caught up, they hire a bankruptcy attorney to discharge their debts,” says Roger Bertling, an instructor in consumer protection at Harvard Law School.
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Utility Drive
The only certainty in Trump’s climate orders? More lawsuits
President Trump this week signed an executive order that begins rolling back the climate actions taken by his predecessor. Making good on promises to cut regulations and restrictions on energy production, Trump told coal miners on stage with him, "you're going back to work." There is much debate over whether that can happen..."The most immediate impact is a lot of litigation," said Ari Peskoe, senior fellow in electricity law at the Harvard Law School Environmental Law Program Policy Initiative.
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Bloomberg
Gorsuch Could Sway Climate Policy. Prepare to Be Surprised.
An op-ed by Noah Feldman. The keystone of President Donald Trump’s executive order on the environment, signed Tuesday, is a directive to the Environmental Protection Agency to review and rescind the Obama administration’s Clean Power Plan, which aimed to shift the country’s electricity generation from coal-fired plants to sources that emit less carbon. When the EPA acts, that will trigger a legal fight about whether the Trump plan complies with the Clean Air Act. And that fight will almost certainly involve the doctrine of Chevron deference, Neil Gorsuch’s special target of judicial dislike.
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WBUR
InnerCity Weightlifting Provides Hope, And A Way Forward, For Ex-Cons
At a gym near Kendall Square, hip-hop music provides the soundtrack as a trainer leads a client through a series of exercises. It looks like a typical gym, and in many ways it is. There are mats, weights, kettlebells and an exercise bike. But the trainers at InnerCity Weightlifting, or ICW, are not typical. Most have done significant time in jail, most have been shot, and some of them, like Dan Royal, who grew up in Dorchester, almost didn't make it...Mickey Belaineh[`16], a Harvard Law School grad who helps run ICW, says part of the philosophy is to never give up on anybody — even those who end up back in jail.
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