The Hill discusses Congressional efforts to get rid of major regulations with Wayne Crews.
But pressure is mounting from conservative groups for Republicans to go after the major rules they find, and a congressional aide told The Hill that Republicans may also target certain non-major rules.
This process could also apply to a number of policy-shifting guidance documents that were issued by the Obama administration but never reported to Congress, said Wayne Crews, vice president of policy at the conservative Competitive Enterprise Institute.
This is what Crews calls “regulatory dark matter.”
“It will be interesting to see what the stomach is for this on Capitol Hill,” Crews said.
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