Senate Democrats Question White House On Trump's Deregulatory Order
February 16, 2017
Senate Democrats are seeking answers from the White House on how it will enforce President Donald Trump's executive order limiting OSHA, EPA and other agencies' ability to enact new rules, especially whether the rules' benefits will be taken into account. Sen. Tom Carper (DE), ranking member on the Senate Environment & Public Works Committee that oversees EPA, with nine other Democrats signed a Feb. 15 letter to Acting White House Office of Management & Budget (OMB) Administrator Mark Sandy questioning...
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