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Trump’s new infrastructure order could cost taxpayers billions

Today, President Donald Trump rescinded an Obama-era rule that required federally-funded infrastructure to follow stricter building standards aimed at reducing flood-related damages. The update also required that federally-funded infrastructure built along the coastline take into account future projections for sea-level rise. Trump’s order has already prompted swift backlash from across
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