Skip to comments.White House unveils regulatory agenda
Posted on 05/26/2014 3:59:38 PM PDT by george76
The White House unveiled its semiannual regulatory agenda Friday, detailing its plans for thousands of rules in the pipeline at agencies across the federal government.
The release is the fourth consecutive time that the Obama administration has issued its regulatory roadmap on the eve of a major federal holiday, as many Americans depart for long weekends and there is typically less media coverage.
the June deadline for the Environmental Protection Agencys proposal of regulations limiting greenhouse gas emissions remains in place... as well as a host of unfinished regulations stemming from the Dodd-Frank Wall Street reform act.
(Excerpt) Read more at thehill.com ...
The unconstitutional Administrative State. Nuke it.
Friday. Before Memorial Day?
Where did they get this guy?
If the GOP had cajones, this would make a good campaign ad for November.
The GOPe agree with it.
Regulations - the incompetent legislator’s substitute for meaningful governance.
If or when the Republicans take over, all regulations put in place since 2008 should be scrapped.
Like GW undid all those EOs that Clinton did. Right.
Well, one can hope, but you’re probably right that it won’t happen.
Why would they do that?
Haven't you seen their [in]action on virtually every platform plank? Haven't you seen the way that they roll over, even for really unpopular things like ObamaCare or the NSA's domestic espionage programs?
Seriously, point at one real difference between the two parties, as backed up by action.
Boner and McConnell will move to restore the rules to Congress that allows the minority party to block legislation and stall everything.
We won’t be able to undo all of this crap with two decades of GOPe rule.
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