The Obama administration is busy pushing out last-minute regulations, including releasing $7.4 billion worth of new rules in just one night.
Sam Batkins, director of regulatory policy at the right-leaning American Action Forum (AAF), compiled a list of regulations published Wednesday night in the Federal Register herunterladen.
— Sam Batkins (@sambatkins) December 29, 2016
The Obama administration is making sure its last months in control of regulatory agencies are used to pump out as many rules as it can books as pdf. These “midnight” regulations could end up costing more than $44 billion, though many are likely to be repealed by Congress and President-elect Donald Trump photo editing program for free.
Federal agencies are on track to impose a record number of major regulations this year. The Obama administration is on track to impose 100 new regulations in December — twice the monthly average for 2016 musik downloaden legal und kostenlos.
— Sam Batkins (@sambatkins) December 30, 2016
Many of these costly, last-minute regulations put new restrictions on drilling for oil and natural gas from the Department of the Interior stol.it herunterladen. That agency and the EPA are scheduled to publish $5.1 billion worth of “midnight” regulations adressen programm kostenlosen.
The Department of Energy also plans on releasing regulations before Trump takes office. The agency will impose new regulations for home efficiency standards and power supplies, the combined cost of which will be $10.1 billion kriegsspiele zum herunterladen.
Regulatory experts have identified at least 150 regulations Trump could work with Congress to repeal once he takes office Jan. 21.
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