Trump Administration Rolls Back Environmental Rules During COVID-19

The EPA is loosening restrictions on health and environmental regulations amid a public health crisis.

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Protesters take over Dearborn Street in Chicago's famed Loop during a global climate change march Friday, Sept. 20, 2019, in Chicago. Now, the Trump administration finalized and put forward multiple new rollbacks on clean air and water regulations, including loosening restrictions on the release of mercury and other metal toxins from oil and coal-fired power plants. AP Photo
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Protesters take over Dearborn Street in Chicago's famed Loop during a global climate change march Friday, Sept. 20, 2019, in Chicago. Now, the Trump administration finalized and put forward multiple new rollbacks on clean air and water regulations, including loosening restrictions on the release of mercury and other metal toxins from oil and coal-fired power plants. AP Photo

Trump Administration Rolls Back Environmental Rules During COVID-19

The EPA is loosening restrictions on health and environmental regulations amid a public health crisis.

Reset checks in with the president of Earthjustice, the nation’s largest environmental law organization, about the Trump administration’s latest rollbacks.

GUEST: Abigail Dillen, president at Earthjustice