On May 10, a Congressional Resolution signed by President Trump removed an Obama-era rule limiting the right of states to enforce drug testing standards for unemployment benefits.

The reversal was done under the Congressional Review Act (CRA), which gives Congress 60 session days to review and overturn any announced rule or regulation. The House passed a resolution in February, the Senate in March. The CRA requires only a majority vote with no possibility of a filibuster in the Senate.