Category Archives: Regulations


The Washington Examiner reported that the Administration issued 3,541 rules and regulations in 2014, while only 129 laws were signed into action, according to calculations by the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI). That means there were 27 new regulations and rules for ever new Read more…


NFIB announced their support for H.R. 185, the Regulatory Accountability Act, which was reintroduced by Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-VA6). The legislation would help ensure that federal agencies produce sensible regulations by increasing public participation and creating greater transparency in the Read more…


The National Federation of Independent Business has thrown its support behind two bills introduced into the new 114th Congress. The first, H.R. 30, passed by a 252-172 vote in the House of Representatives. H.R. 30 would repeal the provision of Read more…


According to data from Reguatlions.gov, the Administration published more than 1,200 new regulations in the last 15 days of 2014. One of the most contentious new regulations is the EPA’s coal ash rule. The rule has been criticized by the coal Read more…


Obama in January declared his intent to use executive power to enact policy changes without Congress, and he has lived up to his promise, making aggressive moves on climate change, immigration, land protections and the minimum wage. At the end Read more…