Tracking deregulation in the Trump era


The Trump administration has big deregulation ambitions. But to what extent is deregulation actually happening? This tracker helps you monitor a selection of delayed, repealed and new rules, notable directions and policy revocations, as well as important court battles in eight main categories including environment, health, labor, etc. For a more detailed explanation of the tracker, including tips on how to use its interactive features and an explanation of how inputs are selected, click here. Register now here to subscribe to the newsletter, which will include selected updates from the Deregulatory Tracker as well as new research from the Center on Regulation and Markets. Whether you support or oppose the ongoing regulatory changes, Americans have the right to participate in the regulatory process and to comment on these proposed rules. Learn more here on how to submit the most effective comments on proposed regulations.

Note: This deregulation tracker reflects regulatory actions taken as of January 19, 2021.

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Repealed: the rule has been repealed and repealed, or withdrawn.

Deferred: the rule has been delayed and is not at other stages of rule making.

In developing the rules: the rule is currently progressing at a certain stage in the rule-making process.

Indeed: deregulation action is / will be in force and in practice.

Unchanged: the original regulatory rule remains unchanged.

Partially effective: only part of the original rule is in force, or some provisions are delayed.

This tracker monitors an organized selection of deregulation activities developed by experts from the Center on Regulation and Markets at Brookings. If you have any questions or suggestions regarding which deregulation activities are included or not, or comments on the usability of the tracker itself, we would love to hear from you! Send an email to [email protected]

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