Trump has now rolled back more regulations than all presidents combined: President Trump signed four bills into law Monday that rolled back unfair regulations outdoing his predecessors in limiting the size and scope of the federal government.
The president signed four bills yesterday:
S.J. Res. 34 which disapproves of the FCC regulations that would have imposed new privacy standards on Internet service providers, allowing bureaucrats in Washington to pick winners and losers in the industry — we’ve discussed that before
H.J Resolution 83, which disapproves of a Department of Labor regulation extending the statute of limitation for claims against employers failing to maintain records of employee injuries
H.J. Res. 69, the disapproval of the Bureau of Land Management regulations that would limit Alaska’s ability to manage hunting of predators on national wildlife refuges in Alaska
H.R. 1228 which makes technical amendments to the appointment procedures of members to the Board of Congressional Compliance
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer told reporters Tuesday that the president’s deregulatory pace is historic.
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