The Choice Act lightens regulation on banks, while making it harder for small shareholders to attack companies at meetings.
American CEOs' key lobby group, Business Roundtable, has taken out a full-page ad in national newspapers calling on the Trump administration to follow through on its infrastructure spending plans.
While President Trump has highlighted his intentions to help boost American manufacturing by rolling back regulations by up to 75%, there have been few details on what regulations might be targeted.
Investors are getting nervous about the president's ability to find consensus on his tax plans, jeopardizing a key driver of higher CEO confidence levels.
The Chamber of Commerce is concerned about rules that make it easier for small groups of people to form unions in short time-frames, among other gripes.
Conceding, in effect, implementation problems with the Affordable Care Act, the Obama administration is delaying enforcement of a key provision of the new health-care law that requires large employers to provide coverage for workers or pay a penalty in 2014, the biggest revision so far to the federal health-care overhaul. The knock-on effects for business may prove significant.