Biden planned a list of regulations before the election

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Facing a divided and chaotic Congress and uncertain re-election prospects in 2024, President Biden will resort to organizing over the next year or so, setting new rules before a new administration takes office. Many of the rules should now be familiar to anyone who has followed Washington and its political maneuverings over the past decade.

Biden’s clean energy plan
Another example is the Clean Energy Plan to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from power plants. Biden’s version of the CPP allows more room to maneuver for technology, such as carbon capture, to keep coal and natural gas-fired power plants in compliance with new emissions requirements. But critics say regulators still unfairly penalize fossil fuels, a potential basis for future legal challenges.

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