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Trump Scraps Obama-Era Rule To Protect Infrastructure From Climate-Change Flooding

WASHINGTON — Furthering his attack on Obama-era climate policies, President Donald Trump has rescinded a rule that requires federal, state and local agencies to account for rising sea levels caused by climate change and to construct buildings, highways and other infrastructure to withstand flooding.
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