Caitlin Cattelino of Defenders of Wildlife writes that "[t]he first month of the Trump administration has ushered in a new era of uncertainty for the future of our nation’s treasured public lands, unique biodiversity, and conservation values. And with the frenzy of executive orders, cabinet nominations, and protests across the country, it may have been easy to miss the mention of an obscure and dangerous law: the Congressional Review Act (CRA). But, unfortunately, we have every reason to focus on this procedural law that Congress is turning into a wrecking ball."
Read her piece, "Congressional Review Act: Too Fast and Too Furious," here.
Although her article focuses on environmental issues, several labor and consumer protection rules are also potentially on the CRA chopping block.