Trump Orders Agencies to Review Manufacturing Regulations

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Flanked by some of the nation’s top manufacturing executives, President Donald Trump signed an executive order today directing federal agencies to each create task forces to identify burdensome regulations ready that could be removed, promising the end of “an impossible situation” for U.S. companies and new economic growth.

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The manufacturing CEOs also told Trump that while many of them have jobs that need to be filled, it’s still far too difficult for them to find skilled labor to fill those jobs.

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