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U.S. EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt may doubt the urgency of addressing climate change, but a document on his agency's website proclaims otherwise. The disconnect shows the flip side of the Trump White House's eagerness to shred President Obama's record: a still-to-be-fulfilled legal requirement to come up with its own detailed agenda.

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