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Short-term government built short-term capitalism: John Allison

Tuesday, October 4, 2016 7:33
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USA Today highlights Wayne Crews's calculated costs of federal regulations from his annual report. 

Not to be outdone, President Obama has overseen the issuance of over 600 major rules, with a total economic cost of roughly $743 billion — and dozens more are still in the works. The Competitive Enterprise Institute estimates that federal regulations now cost the economy nearly $1.9 trillion, a staggering sum equivalent to roughly a 10th of America’s economic output.

Read the full article at USA Today

Monday, October 3, 2016
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