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EPA's Planned Glider Truck Repeal Appears 'Stuck' Absent Political Pressure

June 12, 2018
The Trump EPA's pending rule to repeal Obama-era greenhouse limits on high-emitting “glider” trucks, which was slated for release last month, is stuck in regulatory limbo and may not advance unless EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt or White House budget director Mick Mulvaney opt to wield political influence and order its release without a required regulatory impact analysis (RIA). “I have a feeling this thing is in more trouble than it previously appeared,” one informed source says. “It could be stuck.”...


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