Trump administration to unveil new rules to address climate change, energy, jobs, education and more

President Donald Trump’s administration is scheduled to announce a new set of rules on Friday that would address climate and energy policies.

The Trump administration is expected to announce the changes at a meeting of the National Governors Association (NGA) in New York City, where it will announce its plans for the next year.

In the last two years, the White House has focused on addressing climate change and addressing the nation’s energy crisis.

Trump announced the plans during his inauguration in January.

On Monday, the Trump administration released a draft rule that would give states and localities more control over the sale of fossil fuels, which would allow them to control the price of electricity and gas.

More: Trump’s new rule aims to protect coal miners and other Americans against climate change impacts on the air and water sources, including pollution from coal-fired power plants, and could help protect rural communities from climate change impact, according to a summary of the rule published by the White toasts to a “win-win” environment.

It would also allow the Trump Administration to increase the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour and allow states to opt out of a carbon tax.

“The Administration is proposing new regulations that will ensure that America is on the right track in meeting its goals for combating climate change,” said White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham.

“It will also provide certainty and stability to America’s economy.”

The rules would also prevent the administration from using the Clean Power Plan, the federal law that aims to reduce carbon emissions from the power sector.

The rules would ensure that the U.S. met its target of reducing greenhouse gas emissions 40% below 2005 levels by 2030, Grishamp said.

The rule also would ensure the U