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Obama Drops 1,500 Pages Of Regulations On His Final Day In Office

The Obama administration dropped nearly 1,500 pages of regulations on the president’s final day in office Thursday, completing a fury of regulatory action since the November election.

Government agencies must file final rules and proposed rules in the Federal Register, which has had a busy couple of months, The Hill reports.

“It certainly is a busy time for the Federal Register,” Kleiman said.

The cost of rules finalized and proposed earlier in January would cost $111.2 billion, according to American Action Forum, which tracks regulatory costs.

Trump plans to repeal any “job killing” energy regulations on first day in office (which he considers to be the Monday after the inauguration). Fox News contributor Judge Napolitano said Trump could immediately sign hundreds of executive orders on his third full day in office.

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