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Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump called for a temporary suspension of all new federal regulations during a speech Tuesday, but even if he wins the White House, stalling or rolling back financial rules may prove to be beyond his reach.
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"I don't think a full-on moratorium is even plausible," said Ian Katz, a policy analyst Capital Alpha Partners. "There are independent agencies that don't need to ask the president's permission to pass new regulations."
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Still, some academics argued Trump's plan could have an impact. J.W. Verret, an associate law professor at George Mason University and senior scholar with the school's Mercatus Center, said Trump could use the Office of Management and Budget to slow down or block new regulations.
"The White House OMB's Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs has authority to review regulations and impose a temporary moratorium," Verret said. "According to many legal scholars, including former Obama OIRA head Cass Sunstein, this includes authority over independent regulatory agencies."