“That’s going to save a lot of jobs,” President Trump said as he signed a bill rolling back business regulations at the White House on Monday.
“I’m signing four bills under the Congressional Review Act,” Trump said. “Before this administration, only one time in our history had a president signed a bill that used the CRA to cancel a federal regulation.”
Trump said the bills will roll back the “blacklisting rule” and “cancel three federal power grabs that centralize decision-making in Washington.”
One of those “power grabs” involved the federal government’s overreach into land use rules, while the other resolutions sought to return tax power to local municipalities.
Trump called the the centralization of regulatory power “never good.”
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