Trump/Congress Call on Federal Agencies to Defer Action on all Pending Regulations

Manufactured Housing production. Credit: MHI
Manufactured Housing production. Credit: MHI

The Manufactured Housing Association for Regulatory Reform (MHARR) has made a major announcement regarding a request from President-elect Donald Trump and Congress.

MHARR tells the Daily Business News that, as was predicted and outlined in MHARR’s November 9, 2016 Washington Update, President-Elect Trump’s promise to “impose a… moratorium order on new agency regulations,” pending the review and elimination of regulations that “kill jobs” and “do not improve public safety,” has taken an important first step forward with a November 15, 2016 congressional communication – signed by the House majority leader and the chairmen of all standing House Committees — to the secretaries, directors and administrators of all federal agencies.

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MHARR president and CEO M. Mark Weiss. Credit: MHProNews.

MHARR says that this action by Congress sends a proverbial “shot across the bow” of each of the federal agencies in the waning days of the Obama Administration, against seeking to force “midnight regulations” through the administrative process in an attempt to tie the hands of the incoming Trump Administration.

MHProNews has more on the story here, and you can find the full MHARR November Washington update with a full analysis here. ##

MHARR November Briefing

(Image credits are as shown above.)

RC Williams, for Daily Business News, MHProNews.

Submitted by RC Williams to the Daily Business News for MHProNews.


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