Those behind Trump’s Criminal Energy Policy should be prosecuted

Disturbingly, increased pollution from Affordable Clean Energy could kill 470 to 3,600 people by 2030, The New York Times claims. In detail, weakened pollution standards will put more pollutants in the air. Theoretically, those pollutants could cause premature deaths by creating heart and lung problems.
Plus, the increased pollutants could lead to 15,000 new cases of upper respiratory problems like bronchitis. Hence, increased healthcare costs will eat up any economic benefits “clean coal” creates.
In other words, Trump’s criminal energy policy could sicken and kill Americans long before global warming’s worst effects set in. Then to add injury, taxpayers will foot the bill in the form of higher Medicare and Medicaid costs. If that is not criminal I do not know what is.

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