Trump Critics Eye First-Time Suits To Restrict CRA Disapproval Of Rules
March 07, 2017
Pro-regulatory groups are weighing first-time lawsuits on the scope of Congressional Review Act (CRA) resolutions the GOP and President Donald Trump are using to undo 11th-hour Obama administration rules, including several worker safety policies, hoping to narrow the CRA's bar on issuing “substantially similar” rules, or even invalidate the law. Republicans lawmakers are pursuing CRA resolutions to repeal a host of late Obama-era rules, including an OSHA rule clarifying that companies face a “continuing obligation” to record worker injuries, as...
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