CNBC discusses the Obama era regulations that the Trump administration could get rid of with Wayne Crews.
But now, thanks to the Trump's support of GOP congressional zeal for "cutting red tape," those vetoes are less likely. And supporters of deregulation have a long list of rules to choose from.
Some 140 major rules and regulations, overseen by dozens of federal agencies, could be struck down, according to Wayne Crews, vice president for policy and director of technology studies at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, who has compiled a list.
The list may get even longer before Obama leaves office in January.
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