How the Trump administration justifies repealing the Clean Power Plan

Nathan Hultman, nonresident senior fellow in Global Economy and Development studies, explains the legal, moral, and technical justifications that the Trump administration provided in defense of the Environmental Protection Agency’s decision to initiate the repeal of the Clean Power Plan. He also discusses the actions that states and other actors can take after the Clean Power Plan is rescinded.

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