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Final Rule on Clean Air Act Cost-Benefit Calculation May Make It Harder for Future Presidents to Toughen Regulation
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SUGAR LAND, TEXAS--December 22, 2020--Written by John Egan for Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--To supporters, President Donald Trump's flurry of 11th-hour environmental regulatory moves are a fulfillment of his pledge to streamline costly and far-reaching federal regulation. To his critics, the recent spate of rulemakings is a mean-spirited effort to throw sand into the gears of the incoming Biden administration's energy and environmental plans.
The final rule on cost-benefit calculations under the Clean Air Act (CAA), a revision the Trump administration had long sought, sharply limits counting what are called "co-benefits," or indirect benefits under the act. Within this article: Details of a new rule affecting the implementation of the Clean Air Act
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