Friday, August 30, 2019

Will the Regulatory Right-to-Know Act Ever Be Enforced?

Clyde Wayne Crews August 7, 2019

For the past two years there's been a big production made of the Trump Administration’s year-end Status Report on the “one-in, two-out” regulatory reduction program. These proclamations of success are accompanied by criticisms that it doesn't amount to anything on the one hand, and that executive overreach is afoot on the other.

Regulations, the product of unelected administrators, are far less disciplined than the federal spending unleashed by our elected representatives, and we know the great degree of supervision and restraint that gets. The Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee just held a hearing covering costs of regulations, and it showed once again the irreconcilable viewpoints of critics of the administrative state and the proponents........To Read More......

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