The Trump Administration Thursday released its first revised Unified Regulatory and Deregulatory Agenda listing regulations that will move forward and those that will be put on a “long term” track as part of President Trump’s deregulation initiative under Executive Orders 13771 and 13777.
On the list, as expected, was the withdrawal of EPA’s Clean Power Plan and the Waters of the U.S. rule, which were moved to EPA’s “long-term” category.
Regulations affected included a whole range of issues: climate, air quality, energy efficiency, transportation, drilling and land management, water, coal and mining, agriculture, chemicals, endangered species, parks and oceans.
E&E News did one of the better quick summaries of regulations delayed or on the change list.
For more information, visit the federal Unified Regulatory and Deregulatory Agenda webpage.