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Biden Regulatory Freeze Could Slam Brakes On SUNSET Reg Review Rule From HHS

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The tactic aims to allow the new Biden administration to scrutinize so-called “midnight rules” issued in the final days of the Trump administration before they take effect. One reg targeted by the freeze is the recent SUNSET rule from the US HHS, which would require the department and its agencies – including the FDA – to review all regulations every 10 years to determine whether they’re still necessary.

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