Rep. Cammack on REINS Act in Limit, Save, Grow Act passed by U.S. House

Press release from the Office of Congresswoman Kat Cammack

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today, the House of Representatives passed the Limit, Save, Grow Act to address the debt ceiling. 

Included in the bill is the text of the REINS Act, Congresswoman Cammack’s landmark legislation to rein in executive overreach. The REINS Act (Regulations from the Executive In Need of Scrutiny) would reassert the legislative authority of Congress and prevent excessive overreach by the executive branch in the federal rulemaking process, saving the American people billions of dollars in federal spending. 

“With the passage of the Limit, Save, Grow Act, the most historic regulatory reform in history—the REINS Act—is one step closer to law,” said Congresswoman Cammack. “The regulatory regime has gone unchecked for decades and it’s time we return power to the American people, not the nameless, faceless bureaucrats in Washington.”

Congresswoman Cammack introduced the REINS Act on January 11, 2023. Prior to its inclusion in the Limit, Save, Grow Act, the bill had more than 175 Republican cosponsors in the House of Representatives. Learn more about the bill here and read the Fox News exclusive on its introduction here

  • The DNC unionized gov’t learned to create excessive codes and laws so more unionized gov’t worker-voters could be hired, long ago. Now just look at our country, turning into an invaded Blue wasteland — unless leaders like Kat step in now. Thank you 😍🇺🇸🥰

  • Is the overreach they’re trying to prevent something like blocking another states electors or eroding of civil rights and personal autonomy?

  • I don’t feel the REINS act goes far enough in “reining” in executive overreach. There is no action taken to eliminate any of the overreaching executive agencies, nor is there any action on eliminating any of the unconstitutional regulations that have already come from these agencies. The Act seems like nothing more than window dressing.

  • Typical grandstanding BS without any consequences in the real world by Kat. She’s good at that and gives the illusion of actually doing something other than glad handing locals, attacking the President, and supporting non-starters like this idiocy. She didn’t have a problem with executive orders or the budget ceiling when Trump was in office.

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