Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy appears to hold the key to the outcome of the Court’s first case assessing the environmental impact of global warming.

During oral arguments Wednesday in the closely watched case Massachusetts v. Environmental Protection Agency, justices seemed deeply divided on two questions: whether the EPA can be compelled to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from cars when the agency has chosen not to, and whether Massachusetts and 11 other states even have standing to challenge the EPA’s actions.

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