A federal judge on Monday dismissed a lawsuit challenging a key component of President Donald Trump’s deregulatory agenda.

U.S. District Judge Randolph Moss of the District of Columbia ruled that two advocacy groups and a labor union do not have standing to bring their lawsuit challenging the president’s “1-in-2-out” executive order, issued in January 2017. The order requires federal agencies to repeal two regulations for every new regulation issued, and imposes other requirements including an annual regulatory cap on costs associated with new regulations.

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