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Friday, November 14, 2008

A little-known provision in the Congressional Review Act of 1996 will allow the Democratic Congress to painlessly undo any and all Bush regulations from the last six months of his presidency, including those that have already taken effect—something the White House's strategy of last-minute malfeasance seems to have failed to take into account. The news just keeps getting better. Via MeFi.