Consumer Product Safety Commissions Ignores White House

“Democratic Commissioners Marching to a Different Drummer,” by Nancy Nord.
When the president issues an executive order, Cabinet-level departments get in line with administration policy. Though independent regulatory commissions (technically not part of the administration) are not required to follow executive orders, they usually try. After all, the agencies’ leaders are presidential appointees, and executive policy should be consistent across the executive branch. Given this, it is curious that the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) effectively has chosen to disregard the White House’s directions on regulatory reform. Read the full article in the Washington Times.

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