After the 60-day review period, any rules that are not found to be questionable will take effect as planned.

Multiple rules posted by the Department of Health and Human Services during the final days of the Trump Administration are now subject to a 60-day pause for review. If the previous administration's actions raise questions of "fact, law or policy," the designated officials now leading the agencies can further delay effective dates and consult with the Office of Management and Budget about other actions, Bloomberg Law reported.

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