Here’s how Trump is using a special law to do away with Obama-era regulations https://t.co/EnCrwspNfI pic.twitter.com/xvCeBAAUfZ— The Hill (@thehill) March 26, 2017
Since Trump entered the White House two months ago, the House has passed 14 resolutions disapproving of Obama-era regulations under the Congressional Review Act (CRA). The Senate has approved 10 resolutions, and President Trump has signed three measures into law.
The CRA allows Congress to do away with regulations through an expedited legislative process that prevents the minority from using the Senate’s filibuster. The catch is that Congress only has a window of 60 legislative days in which it can reach back into 2016 to repeal a regulation through this process.
The White House has indicated Trump intends to sign all of the measures approved by Congress with the use of the CRA. The deadline for Trump to sign these repeals is May 9.
Excellent read for those who don't believe that the GOP and or Trump are having many successes in DC. https://t.co/Ucyn2jE2hh— Bill Postmus (@billpostmus) March 26, 2017