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The U.S. Environmental Justice and Climate Change Executive Orders Need to Be Made into Law

Executive orders have the same force of law, but only as long as the "executive" or President in power wants them to be. Only Congress can enact permanent, binding laws. In order for frontline communities to reap continual benefits from the proposal, it needs to be made into law.
May 19, 2021Updated 21 days ago
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Climate Change Executive Order Sec. 222, Part 2
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