June 03, 2014
I'm Against The Repeal Of Obsolescent Regulations
Posted by David Zaring

Or so you could conclude if you look at my latest in DealBook:

The Business Roundtable has protested that it “is all too rare that agencies ask whether the original problem a regulation was issued to address has been solved or could be addressed more cost-effectively.”

Congress has heard these complaints. Bills with bipartisan sponsorship that would create an independent commission to recommend the repeal of antiquated rules are proceeding through both the House of Representatives and Senate.

But this is a case where the cure is dubious and the disease exaggerated.

Do check it out...and if you'd like to see more, the always valuable RegBlog has a collection of essays on the statutes, both pro and con.

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