The Competitive Enterprise Institute said that Trump has issued 58 percent fewer major and costly regulations than former President Obama and slashed the Federal Register, the government’s rule book, by 32 percent.

And American Action Forum said that the Trump administration has saved $560 million by cutting regulations and meeting its promise to eliminate two old rules for every new one.

Both reports looked at the regulation tally at the end of the fiscal year. The Trump administration postponed its plans for a “cut the red tape” day on Monday after the Las Vegas shootings.