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Donald Trump’s Regulatory Freeze Gives Business Much-Needed Breathing Space


President Donald Trump’s ordered freeze on several Barack Obama-era  regulations have taken effect and nowadays, the Federal Register, where proposed rules are published, has mostly turned into a daily announcement of upcoming meetings.

Trump’s freeze has led to delays in implementation of Obama-fueled rules at Health and Human Services, the Centers for Disease Control, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and other agencies, with the result oftentimes giving American businesses a hiatus from implementation and compliance costs.

The Federal Register’s regular publication of proposed rules has been turned into mostly a meetings’ announcement page, due to President Donald Trump’s order that placed a freeze on agency regulations.

At the EEOC, for example, a rule requiring federal agencies to put in place hiring policies that favor individuals with disabilities was put on hold – very likely giving private businesses that contract with the government some much-needed breathing space on the burdens of compliance.

Other freezes include ones with the Federal Railroad Administration that Democrats said were safety oriented, but critics called unnecessary, redundant and costly, and at the U.S. Department of Agriculture that would have changed how farmers could treat animals raised for organic meat.

From the Hill:

“Trump’s regulatory freeze began with a government-wide memo that Reince Priebus, his chief of staff, sent on Jan. 20. The memo advised agency heads to delay rules that had already been published for at least 60 days, pushing most rules back until March 21.

“The effect of Trump’s orders has been noticeable in the Federal Register, the daily docket where new and proposed regulations from government agencies are published.

“Before Trump took office, the register would often include dozens of regulations at various stages of completion.

“Now the docket is short and mostly includes notices about public meetings.”

  • Mahou Shoujo

    Absolutely everything the democrats and o’bimbo did, must be undone immediately. It is time to recover from the devastation of parasitic islam in the work place.

  • JacksonPearson
  • bannedquran20

    A mess that mom jeans left President Trump. As far as I am concern, POTUS is doing an outstanding job. With that said, the ONLY President to keep his campaign promises was President Polk and here comes President Trump!! God Bless America, The Land of The Big PX and President Trump!!

  • Drew the Infidel

    People should completely forget commie Obhammud so they can concentrate on Trump giving textbook examples of the introduction of capitalism.

  • Steve

    Yet another accomplishment by Trump in one month and still the media continues to spin how everything is becoming derailed with its never-ending smear attacks on policy and person.

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