The Regulatory Transition: How the Trump Administration is Likely to Try to Block and Undo Obama Administration Regulations 

The Regulatory Transition: How the Trump Administration is Likely to Try to Block and Undo Obama Administration Regulations 

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In this Bloomberg BNA Daily Report for Executives article, Jonathan Cedarbaum discusses the likelihood of President Trump suspending and undoing regulatory initiatives undertaken by the Obama Administration.

At least since the Carter-Reagan transition, every time party control of the White House has changed, in the incoming president has acted quickly to suspend and undo regulatory initiatives undertaken by his predecessor. We can expect similar efforts by President Trump as soon as he assumes office on January 20, 2017. This article describes the different ways in which these regulatory reversals can be accomplished as well as some of the administrative law principles that constrain such efforts. Read the full article.

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