No. New regulations should be well researched to be sure they are not duplicative or contradictory to existing regulations. Periodically, all regulations should be evaluated as to their need and function in current times. But to arbitrarily say we MUST get rid of two regulations for a new one is both ridiculous and dangerous. Time and again big business across all industries has shown itself incapable and uninterested in regulating itself towards the best interests of the American people. That is one of the functions of government - to protect society’s common interests. Too many of our current cabinet have views that are against the very mission of the Department they head - think Scott Pruitt- EPA, Betsy DeVos - Dept. of Education, Ryan Zinke -Dept. of Interior among others. I simply do not feel these people can be trusted to safeguard the safety, rights, and interests of the American public ahead of their own views or industry demands.