From an American Action Forum daily e-mail: AAF analysis shows that despite former regulatory czar Cass Sunstein urging agencies in 2012 to cut between 50,000 to 2 million hours of paperwork, the paperwork burden has only increased. In 2012 the nation’s average paperwork burden was 10.3 billion hours and today it stands at more than 11.5 […]
Talk about onerous government regulations forcing businesses to leave a job-rich state like Texas.
From the Free Beacon: Business executives told lawmakers that government regulations are to blame for thousands of job losses and may threaten the existence of small businesses during a House Judiciary Committee hearing on Wednesday. Ryan Murray, vice president of operations at Murray Energy Corporation, testified in the hearing that the Stream Protection Rule proposed […]
This is getting out of hand…more government regulations on drones?! Drone users can be fined nearly $30,000 for failing to register with the government, according to rules that can even apply to toy drones. Beginning Feb. 19, all owners of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS)—commonly known as drones—must be registered with the Federal Aviation Authority, if […]
Styrofoam is dangerous for the environment, said lawmakers in the District and in one county in Maryland.
12/23/2016 - Government’s Regulatory Paperwork has Increased to Over 11.5 Billion Hours
5/17/2016 - INFOGRAPHIC: Ride-Sharing Laws Highlight Gov’t Battles vs. Uber, Lyft
5/13/2016 - Austin, Texas Regulations Force Uber and Lyft Out
2/26/2016 - Regulations are Killing American Businesses, Executives Tell Congress
2/24/2016 - Feds Will Fine Drone Users, Even Toy Drones, Up to $27,500
1/3/2016 - Too Much Regulation? No More Styrofoam in D.C., Maryland