President Donald Trump signed the repeals of 13 Obama-era regulations under the Congressional Review Act. The deadline for using the act to repeal rules put in place during the last six months of Barack Obama’s presidency expired Wednesday.
President Donald Trump signed the repeals of 13 Obama-era regulations under the Congressional Review Act. The deadline for using the act to repeal rules put in place during the last six months of Barack Obama’s presidency expired Wednesday. Evan Vucci AP
President Donald Trump signed the repeals of 13 Obama-era regulations under the Congressional Review Act. The deadline for using the act to repeal rules put in place during the last six months of Barack Obama’s presidency expired Wednesday. Evan Vucci AP

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