Skip to comments.White House 'war on regulations' poised to pass goal 'more than 31 times'......
Posted on 04/19/2019 3:48:30 PM PDT by caww
The Trump administrations war on Obama-era regulations is set to nearly double this years goal and potentially go much further...With plans to cut $18 billion worth of regulations in fiscal year 2019, which ends in September, the administration is poised to boost that to $33 billion.
Whats more, the administration is moving toward a regulatory cut that the review said would cut an additional $561 billion, 31 times this year's goal.
President Trump on the 2016 campaign trail and in his administration has made slashing government regulations a key goal. He set in place a rule demanding that two regulations be cut for every new one proposed. The administration has actually surpassed that goal.
(Excerpt) Read more at washingtonexaminer.com ...
Sounds good to me.
Cutting regs on business is good. Cutting it on the consumer would be even better. Consumer spending is the largest part of the economy yes?
Cut the regs that make day to day life so expensive - cars, homes, appliances.
Regulations have stifled the production of this country for a lot of years.....and for that affected every household as we have witnessed over the years. When you free the hands of business and industry everything flows free!
Nice isn’t it!
We shall see......but so far tis is a good thing going..lets see what the car dealers and appliance people do as they set their prices.
Love my freedom
What Trump has done for me has been wonderful.....and I see it with my neighbors and throughout our country. Politicians don’t know crap about running the machinery that keeps us rolling....nada!
Geez...now if only I could have Trump mandate that our Home Owners Association cut the number of ridiculous restrictions in the regs governing what we can and cant do.
Weren't this regulations in place when you bought in?
The way out of those regs is to sell and move...
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