And inside just a few months I was spending 90 p.c of my time on environmental issues—mostly Clean Air Act points—and so they have been probably the most attention-grabbing issues I had ever seen. It was a mix of science and economics and policy and law and politics, and it was enormously fascinating, and I realized it was enormously necessary. And so on account of that type of sudden introduction, I’ve spent most of my career working on Clean Air Act issues.
But for essentially the most half, we got here in, and I had a lot of my own ideas about regulatory reform, and the president had a couple of priorities that had been necessary to him. I do think it’s very totally different now, and I assume if president Trump is reelected it is going to be a continuation of what we have seen. But if Mr. Biden … Read More