Senators Ask Obama To Hold Off On New Regulations

gardnerColorado Senator Cory Gardner and 22 of his colleagues sent a letter to President Obama asking him to stop issuing non-emergency rules and regulations in the final weeks of his term. The letter stressed that with Trumps election in November, the American people made it clear that they expect regulatory relief from the new administration. The group says that following Novembers election results, it is now the incoming administrations responsibility, and no longer the Presidents role, to determine the right balance between regulation and free market principles. The letter states that that Obama’s flawed approach to governance was soundly rejected by the electorate in November. That approach can now be replaced with common sense principles of regulation that will prevent unnecessary government interference in the private sector, and will ensure the federal government no longer stands between Americans and financial success.

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