Five years ago, environmentalists endured their worst term in decades, suffering a stunning 0-5 outcome in the U.S. Supreme Court. This term, they are 2-1 and victorious on the most pressing of their issues: greenhouse gas pollutants.

The justices on Monday handed the Obama administration its second major, if not complete, victory in its efforts to combat air pollution, this time those pollutants contributing to global warming.

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