The Trump administration has been trying to get the case thrown out, and the high court’s order didn’t ensure a clear road ahead. Now, the trial is on hold again.
Updated with the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals issuing a temporary stay.
Two weeks after it put the case on hold, the U.S. Supreme Court allowed a lawsuit brought by 21 children and young adults against the federal government over climate change to proceed. But the Trump administration’s attempts to derail the lawsuit weren’t over, and now the trial is on hold again.
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