“A bill approved by Kentucky lawmakers Tuesday would cut back the number of state inspections of coal mines per year. It would allow the state’s Department of Natural Resources to substitute some […]
The Searching for and Cutting Regulations that are Unnecessarily Burdensome (SCRUB) Act is yet another to undermine the regulatory agencies responsible for protecting the water we drink, the food we eat, and […]
While President Donald Trump has launched a noisy crusade to slash regulations that constrain American businesses, Republicans in Congress have embarked on a less prominent but potentially more lasting effort to make it much harder for federal agencies to create new regulations in the future.
There is a flurry of anti-regulatory legislation floating around Capitol Hill, but it is becoming clear that the key Republican vehicle to rein in rulemaking will be Ohio Senator Rob Portman’s Regulatory Accountability Act.
The president’s moves to slash regulations and chop EPA’s budget represent the most aggressive environmental rollback in decades.