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Federal Agency Rule-Making Curtailment

WHEREAS, the federal government issues a large number of rules every year

through bureaucratic rule making; and

WHEREAS, Congress was elected by the people to represent them in their legislative rights;

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Wyoming Republican Party calls for reducing the rule-

making authority of federal agencies and that any rules - current, past and future - promulgated by federal agencies must first be approved by Congress before taking effect; and

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Wyoming Republican Party supports congressional action to limit Chevron deference, that is, “that courts should defer to agency

interpretation of such statutes unless they are unreasonable” (Wex Legal

Dictionary) given to regulatory agencies.


Wyoming Republican Party, 22 May 7 State Convention


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