Executive Order Scrapping Two Regs For Every New Or Proposed One Sparks Uncertainty
January 30, 2017
President Donald Trump on Monday (Jan. 30) signed an executive order declaring for every new regulation introduced, two must be eliminated in a bid to cut regulations by up to 75 percent, and said any new regulatory burdens must be offset by other deregulatory policies so there are no new regulatory dollars spent during the remainder of fiscal 2017. The executive order also covers proposed rules and guidance documents or any agency statement “designed to implement, interpret, or prescribe law...
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