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President Trump Administration Freezes New Regulations

in Fiduciary Issues, Health Benefits, Welfare Benefits

Soon after Donald Trump officially became the forty-fifth president of the United States, Reince Priebus, the President’s Chief of Staff, issued a memorandum freezing all pending regulations.  This memorandum is similar to the memorandums issued at the beginning of prior administrations.  In general, and subject to certain exceptions, the memorandum provides the following – Agencies shall send no new regulations to be published in the Federal Register until an appropriate individual appointed or designated by the President reviews such regulation. With respect to regulations that have been sent to the Federal Register but not yet published, agencies must immediately withdraw… Continue Reading