A contractor installs a solar panel on the roof of a new home in Sacramento, California.

For decades, American steelmakers have enjoyed a reliable shield against foreign competitors: U.S. trade policy. Now, they say, that protection is under threat from the solar industry.

Solar developers are pushing the Biden administration to scrap a probe into whether Chinese solar-panel makers are evading tariffs. And they're supporting that stance with a novel argument: The administration should consider how the investigation is undermining the global fight against climate change.

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