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— Democratic presidential hopefuls are touting plans to strengthen climate change-related disclosure requirements under the Securities and Exchange Commission, putting the focus on an agency that has so far been mostly on the sidelines in efforts to curb greenhouse gases.
— House Natural Resources Chairman Raúl Grijalva (D-Ariz.) is facing an Ethics Committee probe over allegations of a hostile workplace.
— Hearings this week will span the Trump administration’s roll back of Obama-era auto emissions standards to tackling the national parks maintenance backlog.
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