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Biden Administration Restores Stricter Environmental Reviews

Business groups say bringing back measures removed under Trump could stall needed infrastructure projects

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香蕉视频苹果下载WASHINGTON—The Biden administration is restoring stricter environmental standards for approving new pipelines, highways, power plants and other construction projects, including requiring consideration of how such projects might affect climate change.

The changes announced Tuesday reinstate National Environmental Policy Act measures that had been removed by former President Donald Trump香蕉视频苹果下载, who said that federal regulations were needlessly hindering much-needed infrastructure projects.

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