Below is a list of 20 plus ‘quality of life’ programs which supposedly [per Facebook, Vickie W] President Trump totally “killed”. Really? Click link and see programs and current status of some So, Not so.
The programs supposedly “killed” include the National Enviornmental Policy Act, Endangered Species Act, Clean Water Act, Migratory Bird Act, Clean Air Act, Noise Control Act, Farmlands Protection Act, Coastal Zone Management Act and Natiional Wildlife Refuge Act.
So — is Trump some ‘barbarian’ who hates all sorts of things that make America have better quality of life with safe water, birds that migrate, farms protected and wildlife taken care of ?
Yes different people disagree.
Yes — Trump is making changes. Major changes. That’s clear. The MAJOR change is change of laws to speed up infra structure projects. To whit:
July 15 (UPI) —” President Donald Trump on Wednesday made sweeping changes to a pivotal environmental law, limiting public review of federal infrastructure projects to speed up approval for projects such as highways and pipelines.
“Speaking at a UPS facility in Atlanta, Trump announced that his administration had completed a “top to bottom overhaul” of the National Environmental Policy Act, issuing a final rule he said would save hundreds of millions of dollars over a decade by reducing the time to complete reviews of infrastructure projects.
“For decades the single biggest obstacle to building a modern transportation system has been the mountains and mountains of bureaucratic red tape in Washington, D.C.,” Trump said. “All of that ends today.”
The final rule would establish a two-year limit to finish impact statements and a one-year limit for environmental assessments, according to the White House.”
Below is the list of supposedly totally “killed” by Trump programs supplied on Facebook by Vickie W. Best I can see, Trump is trying to change the regulatory process which used to mean getting permits for a highway could take more than 10 years …. Time for change? written by Cameron Jackson firstname.lastname@example.org