Trump EPA proposes rolling back another Obama-era coal rule

This New York liberal is making good on his promises. 

Besides, if one President can create law with the stroke of the pen, why cannot the next one undo that same law? 

I mean, since we’re not following the constitution anyways. 

The Environmental Protection Agency proposed another rollback Thursday aimed at easing controls on emissions from coal-fired power plants, this time for new ones, even as warnings mount from the agency’s scientists and others about the growing toll of climate change.

The EPA’s acting administrator signed a proposal that, if approved by the Trump administration after public review, would loosen an Obama-era rule that would have required cutting-edge carbon capture techniques for new coal plants. Andrew Wheeler said the curbs on coal emissions were “excessive burdens” on the industry.