Scott Pruitt will today sign a proposal to roll back Obama’s climate policy. The New York Times reports that he says it means “the war on coal is over.”

The Clean Power Plan required power plants to cut carbon emissions 32 percent by 2030.

As we’ve pointed out, it was a major part of America’s plan to cut emissions under the Paris climate pact, and its roll-back will make the nation’s commitments hard to meet.

But with lots of opposition, the repeal could involve years of legal wrangling.

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