According to The Wikipedia: The Congressional Review Act is a law that was enacted by the United States Congress as section 251 of the Contract with America Advancement Act of 1996 (Pub.L. 104–121) and signed into law by President Bill Clinton on March 29, 1996. The law empowers Congress to review, by means of an expedited legislative process, new federal regulations issued by government agencies and, by passage of a joint resolution, to overrule a regulation.
Once a rule is thus repealed, the CRA also prohibits the reissuing of the rule in substantially the same form or the issuing of a new rule that is substantially the same, “unless the reissued or new rule is specifically authorized by a law enacted after the date of the joint resolution disapproving the original rule” (5 U.S. Code § 801(b)(2)). Congress has a window of time lasting 60 legislative days (i.e., days that the U.S. Congress is actually in session, rather than calendar days) to disapprove of any given rule; otherwise the rule will go into effect at the end of this period.
This law is on its face unconstitutional. Congress shall make NO LAW that affects the right of the people to redress grievances. By issuing a law that states that a rule cannot be reissued without another law, Congress has made a law that affects the ability of government agencies to redress the grievances of the people. This sleazy law can not pass a Supreme Court Review.
The reason that this is of importance to Jesus is that prior to President Trump taking office the only time that the law successfully used was in overturning the Ergonomic standards set by a government agency. Under this law no new ergonomic standards can ever be set. It is no wonder that President Trump and the Republican Congress are using the law to overturn Obamacare.
Prior to 2017, the CRA had only been successfully invoked once to overturn a rule. That rule was the ergonomics standard. In January 2017, however, with a new Republican president, the Republican-controlled 115th Congress began passing a series of disapproval resolutions to overturn a variety of rules issued under the Obama administration. By April 13, 2017, thirteen of these had already been signed into law by President Trump. Because of the shortness of legislative sessions during the 114th Congress, the 115th Congress can target rules passed by the Obama administration (at least) as far back as May 2016.
While this law is unconstitutional whether it is repealed or not won’t stop proper ergonomics as far as the Colemak Keyboard is concerned. The people will revolt because, while they might be ignorant of the promise of Christ and his love for them, they are not stupid.