There was an official change at the top the EPA on July 9 when Washington, D.C., insider Andrew Wheeler took over for Scott Pruitt as chief administrator.

But don’t expect much change in policy as Wheeler is expected to continue to push President Donald Trump’s EPA agenda, which is primarily eliminating Obama-era policies and rolling back regulations. There is one caveat and that is most analysts expect Wheeler to be far more effective than his predecessor because of his political savviness, having worked on Capitol Hill and as a coal lobbyist for years.

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