Bloomberg Law
June 18, 2020, 9:31 AM

Trump Spring Regulatory Agenda Back on Track After Virus Pause

Cheryl Bolen
Cheryl Bolen
White House Reporter

Federal agencies that put President Donald Trump’s planned regulatory agenda on the back burner this spring to respond to the coronavirus pandemic are catching up now, as well as determining which of their virus-related changes to keep.

The year had been shaping up to be Trump’s most regulatory yet, even when accounting for rollbacks of major Obama-era water and auto emissions rules, according to researchers who analyzed federal agencies’ 2020 rulemaking agendas published last fall. The White House has reviewed 75 significant final rules since the start of the year.

Proposals now under review by the White House Office of ...

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