Trump’s regulatory rollbacks, from net neutrality to campus sex assault

December 22, 2017

That said, Trump has made progress in halting or slowing some major Obama-era initiatives. And some regulatory experts believe that the message the president is sending on deregulation is just as important as any specific policy changes he is enacting.

“This is the most anti-regulatory administration — probably even more so than the early Reagan administration — since regulations became a policy issue,” said Stuart Shapiro, a Rutgers University professor who studies regulatory policy.

NBC News, December 22, 2017

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