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Ruth Bader Ginsburg

EPA mercury ruling was even-handed

EPA mercury ruling was even-handed

The Sun's article on mercury limits incorrectly asserts that the U.S. Supreme Court split on ideological grounds ("Justices rule against EPA power plant mercury limits," June 29). On the contrary, the Supreme Court split was one between original intent, honest interpretations of the Constitution with their emphases on rule of law — Justice Antonin Scalia's wing — and ideological, political, legislative interpretations by the Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg wing.

The Sun is entitled to its political prejudices but seems incapable of eschewing them in...