A great deal for consumers and American technological leadership is in jeopardy because of the White House’s antipathy toward government agencies that address climate change.
We are at the height of hurricane season as South Carolinians well know. After Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, the United States must not only help our sisters and brothers in Texas and Florida, but as a nation, become better prepared for future natural disasters.
Mr. President, if you want to make America great again, start repairing the nation’s failing infrastructure. I am not referring to a narrow list of campaign applause-lines and temporary construction jobs like an alleged border wall and gas and oil pipelines that have more risk than benefit to the American people.
When Donald Trump ran for president, one pledge he made repeatedly was to reduce regulations and limit the hurdles businesses face when trying to build, expand or operate — including when they affect the environment.