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Wheeler Expected To Push Ahead With Pruitt's Deregulatory EPA Agenda

July 05, 2018
Andrew Wheeler, EPA's deputy administrator who will be leading the agency in an acting capacity following Scott Pruitt's resignation, is expected to push ahead with his predecessor's broad deregulatory agenda -- and could potentially have more success implementing it because he does not have the distractions of the ethics scandals that plagued Pruitt. President Donald Trump, who announced Pruitt's resignation in a July 5 message on Twitter , said Wheeler will continue Pruitt's work. “I have no doubt that...

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