Curtains For SUNSET: HHS Proposes Withdrawing Controversial Regulatory Review Rule
US HHS says rule, which would require reviews of most regulations every 10 years, would gobble up departmental resources and hurt public health.
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The US Department of Health and Human Services says trying to implement the rule while it is still being litigated could create confusion for the public, among other problems.
Tactic aims to allow incoming Administration to scrutinize so-called ‘midnight rules’ issued in the final days of the Trump Administration before they take effect. Regulators may also solicit stakeholder comments on delayed rules.
Expiration dates in HHS’ final SUNSET rule exclude OTC drugs after CCHPA and other groups argue the rule would create more problems than it would solve. But dietary supplement regulations are subject to the rule.