Once again, President Trump and Maryland’s Republican governor are parting ways over policy. Maryland Environment Secretary Ben Grumbles signed a letter protesting the EPA action Monday along with his counterparts from Connecticut, Delaware, the District of Columbia, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont and Washington state calling on Mr. Pruitt to at least respect the right of California to set its own standards. The U.S. Climate Alliance, the bipartisan coalition of 16 states in support of the Paris climate agreement that Gov. Larry Hogan agreed to join earlier this year, also issued a statement protesting the move.