Friday, May 22, 2020

Trump Signs Executive Order Requiring Reductions in Regulations

WASHINGTON—President Donald Trump has signed an executive order requiring agencies to take measures to eliminate, modify, waive, or exempt burdensome regulatory requirements in efforts to help support economic recovery from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
The order includes independent agencies, such as the NCUA, CFPB and Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA), and encourages agencies to speed up the rulemaking process by moving some proposed rulemakings to interim final rules with immediate effect.
The order also directs agencies to take additional steps to provide coronavirus pandemic-related relief, practice enforcement discretion, and provide a report on their efforts to the Office of Management and Budget and others in the administration, NAFCU reported.
Additionally, the order establishes a "Regulatory Bill of Rights," 10 basic principles of fairness that will govern the administrative enforcement and adjudication process.

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