Trump Re-Election Would Enable Defense, Expansion Of EPA Rollbacks

October 23, 2020
A re-election victory for President Donald Trump in the Nov. 3 election would allow EPA to bolster its defense of sundry climate and other environmental rollbacks in court while embarking on new deregulatory efforts, observers say, including broader changes to cost-benefit rules and limiting the scope of future carbon controls. A Trump victory would also likely heighten the political importance of state and regional climate change initiatives, while simultaneously exacerbating tensions between states and a White House that is already...

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