The Environmental Protection Agency will continue its deregulatory agenda, which includes the agency-wide rollout of its cost-benefit and science in rulemaking measures, if President Donald Trump is elected to serve another term, says Administrator Andrew Wheeler. "We will finalize our science transparency regulation before the end of this year, and then we will take the same approach that we are taking for our cost-benefit process...will go through each of our major statutes for science transparency, and we will complete that process by the end of 2023," he said.
Wheeler: Deregulatory work to continue under Trump
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