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The White House on Tuesday issued a forceful veto threat, as House Republicans prepare to pass legislation placing new restrictions on the federal government’s regulatory authority.

As part of what has been dubbed as “regs week” in Washington, the House is expected to vote as early as Wednesday on legislation combining four GOP-sponsored proposals intended to put new requirements on agencies charged with drafting new rules.

The Achieving Less Excess in Regulation and Requiring Transparency (ALERRT) Act would force agencies to conduct additional analyses before enacting regulations, and is touted by proponents as providing additional transparency to the rule-making process.