The White House says an executive order will be issued today (Tuesday) to review an Obama policy that would have cut Wisconsin’s power plant emissions by 41-percent. Officials say President Donald Trump also plans to rescind other measures aimed at reducing the effects of climate change, to fit into his plans to increase U-S production of fossil fuels and have America create more of its own energy. Wisconsin was among 27 states which filed suit against the emission limits — which the U-S Supreme Court temporarily struck down while a legal review continues. State agencies were working on ways to cut coal fired power plant emissions until 13 months ago, when Governor Scott Walker halted that work. Walker has said Wisconsin was one of the hardest hit states in the Obama plan, due to the state’s abundance of coal plants — while some environmentalists say it’s irresponsible for Trump to move away from efforts to fight climate change.