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Even as President Obama and family come to grips with their new status, the hours-old administration is already fast at work.
In his first act as President, Obama approved a memo by White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel which orders all federal agencies to freeze former President Bush's pending regulations until the new administration has a change to review them.
Originally posted by jam321
How is this any different than what Bush did to Clinton?
A new sheriff is in town and he will put his own laws into effect. It is to be expected.
Within hours after Bush was sworn in, Bush advisers were seeking to reverse some late-term actions of President Bill Clinton, who in his final 20 days in office issued 12 executive orders, including directives on migratory birds and the importation of diamonds from Sierra Leone.