Earlier this week, a group of 27 trade associations – lead by the Chamber of Commerce – asked Director Mulvaney to stay or rescind EEOC.
EPA and the Army Corps of Engineers are ordered to review and potentially withdraw the 2015 regulation.
Let's take a moment to look at what the president has done and what he should do in the months ahead to help our economy grow faster.
After an eight-year regulatory onslaught that loaded unprecedented burdens on businesses and the economy, relief is finally on the way.
Above the Fold Regulatory Reform
Scott Pruitt, the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) new administrator, has wasted little time getting to work.
The U.S. Chamber’s #LetsGrow Tour stopped in Baton Rouge
Small businesses shoulder regulatory costs that are 2 ½ times more per employee than larger businesses.
In recent years, Washington has unleashed a relentless torrent of burdensome and costly regulations.
What more than can be done is to pass the Regulatory Accountability Act and modernize how federal regulations are made.
Congress needs to re-examine how the most complex and high-cost regulations are written.
Congress using the Congressional Review Act is the quickest, most efficient way to undo the FCC’s rules.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce sent a letter along with hundreds of other groups demanding action on the Regulatory Accountability Act.