Before Obama leaves office, he has been trying to push through as much legislation as possible.
These efforts will not last very long.
Legislation to allow Congress to repeal in a single vote any rule finalized in the last 60 legislative days of the Obama administration sailed through the House Wednesday, the second time in less than two months.
The Midnight Rule Relief Act, was approved largely along party lines by a vote of 238-184 on the second day of the new Congress, despite Democratic opposition.
If passed by the Senate and signed by President-elect Donald Trump, the legislation would amend the Congressional Review Act to allow lawmakers to bundle together multiple rules and overturn them en masse with a joint resolution of disapproval.
Democrats are outraged about this. They have been trying to criticize anyone who is involved.
What are your thoughts on this?