Analysis

Future Rollbacks May Not Be As Easy As Blacklisting Repeal

Law360, Nashville (March 28, 2017, 10:31 PM EDT) -- President Donald Trump's repeal of the contentious Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces rule is welcome news for federal contractors, but despite the president's promises to repeal burdensome regulations, it remains uncertain when or if he will be able to roll back more rules affecting contractors.

By signing both a Congressional Review Act resolution repealing the Fair Pay rule and an executive order rescinding the underlying executive orders put in place by former President Barack Obama on Monday, Trump completed a process that had effectively began when a Texas federal court issued an injunction in October against the major portion of the rule...

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