President Donald Trump and Congress have saved an additional $60 billion in regulatory costs by rolling back Obama administration rules, according to a new report.
LGBTQ and environmental activists joined forces in Washington, D.C. on Saturday to hold a dance party protest outside of Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner’s house.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey is re-examining licensing regulations in the wake of a state board’s crackdown on a cosmetology student for giving free haircuts to homeless people.
Small businesses are pleading the Trump administration to delay an onerous Obama era regulation requiring calorie labeling on menus, violations of which can carry jail time for mislabeling food.
The Environmental Protection Agency received hundreds of cookies last week from concerned citizens fearing the Trump administration would slash its funding as part of the president’s budget proposal.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order Tuesday instructing the Environmental Protection Agency to review and reconsider a rule the Obama administration put in place to expand federal authority over the nation’s waterways.
President Donald Trump’s executive order to eliminate two regulations for every new rule could result in zero net regulatory costs this fiscal year, a stunning shift in regulatory policy from the previous administration.
Arizona’s Republican governor sent a letter condemning the state’s Board of Cosmetology for launching an investigation into a cosmetology student who has been giving free haircuts to the homeless because he is doing it without a state-issued cosmetology license.
Former President Barack Obama pushed more that $890 billion in regulations during his presidency, according to a new study by the American Action Forum.
In one of his first acts as president, Donald Trump effectively halted nearly $200 billion worth of regulations, according to a new analysis.