Observers Fear Disruptions Amid Busy Post-Election Trump EPA Agenda

November 5, 2020
The Trump EPA’s agenda is expected to be crowded in the coming months as officials aim to lock in deregulatory approaches amid a possible transition to a Biden administration, with some observers also expressing concern that the president’s recent civil-service executive order could drive disruptive, late-hour personnel moves. Expectations of the agency’s likely workload through the transition period comes amid lingering uncertainty about the final results of the Nov. 3 presidential election. At press time, multiple news outlets said Democratic...

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