County regulations help chase away another once-thriving industry
Regulations include revised school lunch standards and new mortgage servicing rules
‘You get the arrogance of it, the administration essentially enacting legislation on its own through regulation’
The Obama administration still hasn’t released its spring 2012 report on federal regulatory costs. It was due in April.
More than 1600 pages of regulations added to Federal Register last week, cost now $1.8 trillion per year - TheDCNF
More than 3,800 final rules could be published this year if the government keeps up the pace
Companies make magnets safer, still face ban
Magnets attract harsh regulation - TheDCNF
Feds believe magnets are getting into the hands of young children, who may swallow them, and teenagers, who use them as fake tongue piercings
Environmental pressure groups have teamed up with the EPA to block job creation in the Pacific Northwest.
The Windy City has some of the nation’s most restrictive food truck laws.
Energy policy and environmental regulations are shaping the future of domestic energy production, but a report from Politico suggests they are also damaging America’s vital coal industry. Even though “cap and trade” legislation stalled in Congress in 2010, coal production faced increasing pressure from alternative energy sources during the last decade. The Obama administration’s recently-announced [...]
‘I was a small business guy, and I hate all the regulations’
Why Obama’s claim that he’s less of a regulator than Bush is misleading.
Busting unions, abolishing the minimum wage and other ways of helping the working poor.
A dynamic threat requires a dynamic response, which is what markets do best.
Federal regulations stop large projects in their tracks.
American entrepreneurs and small businesses owners have good reason to be scared this Halloween.
Why fireworks shows may be going extinct in the Golden State.
Between 1995 and 2010, the amount of time Americans spend complying with federal regulations increased by 25%.
The administration is deaf to business concerns.
Left-leaning advocacy groups want regulators to be able to ban chemicals without proof that those chemicals are dangerous.