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Why Trump can’t undo the regulatory state so easily

Timothy Courtney February 09, 2017
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Rachel Augustine Potter writes for the Brookings Institution:

Regulatory politics, not usually the stuff of headlines, is suddenly above-the-fold news. In his first week, President Trump laid out an ambitious anti-regulatory goal of eliminating “75%–maybe more” of existing regulation. Last week he followed up on that pledge, signing an executive order adopting a “2 for 1” policy for new regulations and issuing another order to consider rolling back Dodd-Frank regulations.[1]

However, despite this flurry of activity, it’s too soon to conclude that the regulatory state as we know it is in retreat.

Read the full article from Brookings. 

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