The Trump administration withdrew a proposed requirement to screen all truck, train and bus operators for sleep apnea – a condition that, if untreated, can cause poor performance in everyday activities as well as severely impaired driving. A few high-profile incidents had called into question the issue of this emerging sleep disorder. The most notable one was when a conductor crashed a train into a crowded train station in Hoboken, New Jersey, killing one and injuring over 100 people. Last March, the Obama administration issued a proposed rulemaking notice that would’ve required screening train engineers and truck drivers for sleep apnea. The Trump administration announced that the proposed requirement was withdrawn, consistent with its continued efforts to eliminate regulations in an attempt to promote economic growth.