The White House is threatening to veto legislation designed to curb some of the Obama administration’s most costly regulations.
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The House is expected to vote as early as Tuesday on the Regulatory Accountability Act of 2015.
While the legislation is expected to easily pass, the White House warned the bill would “undermine” federal regulators with “unnecessary procedural steps that seem designed simply to impede the regulatory development process.”
“The Regulatory Accountability Act would impose unprecedented and unnecessary procedural requirements on agencies that would prevent them from efficiently performing their statutory responsibilities,” the White House said late Monday in a policy statement. “It would also create needless regulatory and legal uncertainty and further impede the implementation of protections for the American public.”