I have three major problems with this idea. First and foremost, I don't feel congress is qualified to judge many of the kinds of regulations made by the executive branch, particularly if they are health and safety related. Very few representatives and senators come from the appropriate technical fields (i.e. biology, chemistry, engineering) to really engage findings of the scientific community, for example. The appropriate executive agencies are composed of these experts. I trust their judgment more. Second of all, Congress is not equipped to judge regulations on the timescale needed, which for some kinds of regulations puts lives at risk. At the end of the day, regulations are not created to hurt businesses, contrary to the mantra of many; they are created to protect the public. They certainly may have an impact on businesses, but our priority should be protecting the public. Finally, this bill is a power grab by the legislative branch to invade the domain of the executive branch. This power belongs to the executive branch and should not be commandeered.