Tour of Shame marches on GOP Senator's homes after SCOTUS disables EPA on climate

Video: Tour of Shame visits the homes of many GOP Senators 6 min 1 sec

On the last day of June, the Supreme Court released another atrocious ruling, this time gutting the ability of EPA to control CO2 emission from fossil fuel burning power plants. Hours later, protesters staging a "Tour of Shame" unfurled a "We the Corporations" preamble to a new Constitution and marched it from SCOTUS to the nearby homes of several GOP Senators.

The Supreme Court's ruling could have been even worse: this time around it was a narrow ruling, holding that the Clean Air Act does not authorize the Clean Power Plan. This severely limits the EPA's ability to enforce the Clean Air Act, but could have been much worse. Real worst case would have been the entire Clean Air Act being tossed, which would among other things allow new cars to return to 1967 levels of local pollutants such as carbon monoxide.

"We the Corporations" the Constitution as interpreted by Trump's Supreme Court

In the streets on Capitol Hill, near the homes of multiple GOP Senators

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