The Hill discusses Obama's climate change policy agenda with William Yeatman.
But conservatives see the push as another example of Obama moving toward major new policies without congressional approval.
“It compounds our concerns with the trouble of executive policymaking absent any input from the Senate,” said William Yeatman, a fellow at the conservative Competitive Enterprise Institute.
“As a body of work, that’s troubling. That’s a lot of policy,” he said, referring collectively to the two pacts and the Paris agreement.
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