HHS seeks to pull Trump-era 'ticking timebomb' rule that would've put 95% of FDA regulations on the chopping block
The HHS is proposing to withdraw a Trump-era final rule that would have sunset thousands of FDA and other public health agency rules based on how long they’ve been in place.
The decision follows the filing of a lawsuit last March, in which several nonprofits alleged: “The outgoing administration planted a ticking timebomb set to go off in five years unless the HHS, beginning right now, devotes an enormous amount of resources to an unprecedented and infeasible task.”
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