Sunday, December 18, 2016

Federal Register Breaks Record by 10,000 Pages

Clyde Wayne Crews December 16, 2016
There are records, and then there are records.  A month ago, I blogged that President Barack Obama’s Federal Register, the daily depository of rules and regulations, stood at 81,640 pages for 2016.
That topped the all-time record—also held by Obama—of 81,405 pages in 2010.  And it happened before Thanksgiving. Since November 17, the Federal Register has been setting a new record every day.  But this morning is special. Today standing at 91,642 pages, the Federal Register is 10,000 pages higher than the prior all-time record.  Ninety-thousand pages is heretofore unheard of. Up until this year, the 80,000 page mark was the shocker, and had been passed just three times (in 2010, 2011 and 2015)..........To Read More....


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