From: BNA

By Cheryl Bolen

Jan. 29 — Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA) Administrator Howard Shelanski has a deceptively simple wish for 2016: to maintain regular order and finalize the administration’s top regulatory priorities under standard procedures.

Shelanski knows full well how challenging that will be this year, the last of President Barack Obama’s administration. He has already anticipated the onslaught of last-minute rules by agency heads and White House policy officials desperate to bolster their legacies.

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