Trump wants to deregulate on the cheap

July 11, 2017

Now that the Trump Administration can no longer rely on Congress using the Congressional Review Act to repeal regulations, they are on their own.

And the initial results raise questions about their ability to succeed.

One strategy that the Trump Administration has deployed is delaying the effective dates of Obama Administration regulations that have not yet gone into effect. This is not terribly unusual as presidents of both parties have employed it to buy time to figure out what to do with the policies of their predecessors.

The Hill, column by Stuart Shapiro, July 11, 2017

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