The Congressional Review act is nothing but a partisan ax to be wielded when opportunity (I.e. Majority rule) avails itself. Every US regulation follows a detailed period of analysis (based on data, science, technical analysis, cost-benefit, and agency policy) and development by a given agency, collection of information, publication and public comment on draft regulations, public hearings and information sessions, response to public comments, and revision and finalization of regulations. This is often a multi year process in which all stakeholders (public, NGOs, regulated parties, and even Congress) have a voice. If Congress has issues with a regulation, there is ample time to provide input to the agency. Further, this is a process which has required significant investment of tax dollars as well as private funds (by regulated parties and other stakeholders). To repeal recently finalized regulations is to negate the input of the very public you are obliged to serve, and to squander American tax dollars.