Paul Peronard, Environmental Protection Agency on-scene coordinator, shows journalists cleanup efforts at the site of an industrial fire at an oil supply company in Williston, N.D. on July 25, 2014. The EPA put out a call in April 2016 for comments about what regulations are in need of repeal, replacement or modification under President Donald Trump.
Paul Peronard, Environmental Protection Agency on-scene coordinator, shows journalists cleanup efforts at the site of an industrial fire at an oil supply company in Williston, N.D. on July 25, 2014. The EPA put out a call in April 2016 for comments about what regulations are in need of repeal, replacement or modification under President Donald Trump. Josh Wood AP
Paul Peronard, Environmental Protection Agency on-scene coordinator, shows journalists cleanup efforts at the site of an industrial fire at an oil supply company in Williston, N.D. on July 25, 2014. The EPA put out a call in April 2016 for comments about what regulations are in need of repeal, replacement or modification under President Donald Trump. Josh Wood AP

EPA asked the public which regulations to gut – then got an earful about leaving them alone

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