Analysis

5 Environmental Regulations To Watch For This Summer

By Juan Carlos Rodriguez (June 3, 2020, 6:16 PM EDT) -- The Trump administration has completed some of its top deregulatory efforts, weakening environmental rules for power plants, cars and waterways. But the administration is racing to beat a statutory deadline after which Democrats can undo final rules if they sweep the November elections.

Still on the administration's agenda are: a rule to restrict states' ability to block pipeline projects on water quality grounds, a rule eliminating some environmental considerations for large projects subject to federal approval, a rule changing the standards for scientific review of regulations that come out of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and more.

But every day that passes...

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