Even though judges tossed out his big case last week, lawyer Phillip Gregory, who represents 21 youth in an unprecedented Climate Lawsuit against the U.S. government, was in a superb mood Thursday morning. "I'm doing amazing," said Gregory.  The case, for now, is not allowed to go to trial. But Gregory isn't the least bit dour, because both he and his young clients believe the courts, eventually, will rule in their favor. Their historic, f...

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