Congressional Review Act May Not Help Donald Trump

Congressional Review Act May Not Help Donald Trump

President Donald Trump has missed the 100-day mark on several campaign promises, most notably his vow to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, but with the help of Republicans in Congress he has followed through on one promise – to reduce the number of federal regulations.

However, the law they are using to rescind some recent rules has never been used successfully before – and an unclear provision in it may mean it won’t be available in the future.

Congressional Review Act May Not Help Donald Trump

President Donald Trump has missed the 100-day mark on several campaign promises, most notably his vow to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, but with the help of Republicans in Congress he has followed through on one promise – to reduce the number of federal regulations.

However, the law they are using to rescind some recent rules has never been used successfully before – and an unclear provision in it may mean it won’t be available in the future.

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