The Environmental Protection Agency announced Friday evening its website would be "undergoing changes" to better represent the new direction the agency is taking, triggering the removal of several agency websites containing detailed climate data and scientific information.One of the websites that appeared to be gone had been cited to challenge statements made by the EPA's new administrator, Scott Pruitt.

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Similarly, content related to climate and regulation is also under review." In a Trump administration beset by lost opportunities, muddled strategies and frequent missteps in its first 100 days, one area stands out for its disciplined approach and early successes: the multi-front assault on environmental regulations.

Unlike the Obamacare repeal debacle or immigration actions...

"We want to eliminate confusion by removing outdated language first and making room to discuss how we're protecting the environment and human health by partnering with states and working within the law."The agency also said it would carefully archive pages from the past administration.

Yet the website overhaul appears to include not only policy-related changes, but also scrutiny of a scientific Web page that has existed for nearly two decades, and that explained what climate change is and how it worked.

Woodrow Wilson Academy will NOT be listed as a separate school closure.

Just watch or listen for the Jefferson County School notice.

If you have an inquiries please contact Al at 937.271.3735.

Woodrow Wilson Academy (WWA) is a free, K-8 Public School of Choice located in Westminster, CO.

In its press statement, the EPA said that when it comes to website changes, "the first page to be updated is a page reflecting President Trump's Executive Order on Energy Independence, which calls for a review of the so-called Clean Power Plan."That site, gov/cleanpowerplan, now redirects to https://gov/Energy-Independence, which features an image of President Trump signing an executive order aimed at dismantling the power plant rule and other Obama-era climate regulations.

In the statement, Freire said that "language associated with the Clean Power Plan, written by the last administration, is out-of-date.

However, the site has run into political difficulties before. Bush, updates to the site were frozen and then required to undergo White House review.