Maybe some of that's coming to an end, although as usual, Congress is trying to blame the Administration for Congress' own laziness, lack of courage, and desire for re-election through political statements rather than hard-nosed decision-making.
"Major rule" uses $100 million in economic effect as a trigger, or would cause large price increases, or would have 'significant effects' on the economy.
The proposal is more 'hat' than 'cattle;' and there's a reason for that.
Congress typically passes bills which require the regulators/agencies to do the dirty work. That way, Congressmen get re-elected for their political foofoodust-throwing ability, and citizens get screwed blue and tattooed by "regulators."
There's more to this story, though, which should be highlighted.