The Trump administration’s deregulatory push has resulted in about $50 billion in savings since 2017, with $13.5 billion of those coming in fiscal 2019 alone, the White House said Dec. 6. The administration fell shy of its goal of eliminating two significant deregulatory actions for every one significant regulatory action, instead achieving a 1.7:1 ratio.
Imagine a single mother working multiple part time jobs, a grandparent living near a city and driving for a ridesharing company, or a widower picking up work on a farm or as a handyman. All of these people are working to support themselves or their family, but many still may be in need of assistance.
There is hope for ensuring the world has enough clean, fresh water in the near future, despite an ever-increasing world population that requires more water and food, a new report from the Chicago Council on Global Affairs says. But the task is enormous.