Rep. Budd Introduces Reset Act of 2017

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Washington, July 28, 2017 | comments

Legislation Allows Overturning of Major Regulations

Washington D.C. -- U.S. Representative Ted Budd (R-NC) introduced the Reset Act of 2017. The Reset Act calls for a review of all major federal regulations and allows Congress the option of overturning any regulation through a majority vote of both the House and Senate. This legislation follows on the success of the Congressional Review Act, which has been used 14 times in 2017 to overturn major federal regulations.

"We all have to answer to someone. Members of Congress do so every two or six years during elections. What I've heard at home is that unelected bureaucrats and rulemakers in Washington seem to answer to no one. What my bill does is allow Congress to review every major rule on the books and overturn them if they are not needed.  If this bill goes into law, we will have taken a significant step towards a more accountable and responsive system."

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