Tools for Tracking Regulations
It's no surprise that President Trump's deregulatory push has both supporters and critics. Several groups have created tools for tracking the administration's progress as it moves to alter the regulatory landscape. Here are a few of those tools.
Regulatory Reform Agency Actions -- The U.S. Chamber of Commerce
The chamber has compiled a long list of actions from cabinet departments and independent agencies that contribute to the dergulatory agenda of the administration, including notices of information requests on ways to reduce regulatory burdens, delayed rules, proposals to rescind rules and more. The chamber's list, organized by agency, can be found here.
Tracking deregulation in the Trump era -- the Brookings Institution
Brookings' Center on Regulation & Markets focuses squarely on rules that have been delayed, rescinded or nullified, offering "a selection of delayed, repealed, and new rules, notable guidance and policy revocations, and important court battles across eight major categories, including environmental, health, labor, and more." The tracker is here.
Obama's Fall 2016 versus Trump's 2017 Regulatory Agendas -- Center for Progressive Reform
CPR has produced a color-coded chart highlighting the differences between the final regulatory agenda of the Obama administration and the first regulatory agenda of the Trump administration. The chart is here.
OMB's Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs maintains reginfo.gov which provides a searchable database of regulatory actions, the unified agenda, information requests and regulatory reform activities.