EPA exceeds 2-for-1 deregulation goal set by Trump administration
September 3, 20198:16 am
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Early on, the Trump administration told federal agencies to reduce the regulatory burden by removing two rules for every one they proposed. The Environmental Protection Agency managed to exceed its deregulatory goals, as Jeffrey Harris explained to Federal Drive with Tom Temin. He is the director of Toxics, Chemical Management and Pollution Prevention Directorate in EPA’s Office of Inspector General.
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