ASHINGTON — The Department of Health and Human Services is for the first time detailing how it is trying to make good on President Trump’s order to eliminate regulatory rules.

Charles Keckler, an associate deputy secretary, plans to lay out moves by HHS and its agencies, including the Food and Drug Administration, at a congressional hearing on Tuesday.

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