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THIS IS GREAT! Trump To Sign Executive Order Reversing Obama’s Carbon Emission Regulations

On Sunday, Washington Examiner reported President Trump plans to sign an executive order which reverses Barack Obama’s carbon emission regulations.

EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt announced it would take place on Tuesday.

Washington Examiner reports more on the story.

“This is about making sure that we have a pro-growth and pro-environment approach to how we do regulation in this country,” Pruitt said on ABC’s This Week.

The order, he said, “will address the past administration’s efforts to kill jobs across this country through the Clean Power Plan.”

Pruitt also said the EPA would work to bring back jobs, unlike what we have seen in Obama’s administration.

It was also two days ago when Trump officially approved the permit for the Keystone pipeline.

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He signed a similar measure a few days after the inauguration.

I will be honest when I agree or disagree with Trump, but on this issue, it is very satisfying knowing he opposes endless green regulations.

If there is one campaign promise he kept, it is supporting to bring back so many jobs in the coal industry.

I get sick and tired of hearing liberals trash oil and natural gas, in the name of “climate change” and science. The green agendas Obama pushed were nothing but a sham.

The executive order is a good step in the right direction.

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