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In 2013 Regulations Cost Americans $447 M Each Day

Regulations that went into effect in 2013 cost Americans $112 billion – or $447 million for each of the 251 days the federal government was open – according to a study by the American Action Forum (AAF), which predicts that the … Continue reading

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New 2013 Regulations Add Hours of Paperwork

Federal regulators worked hard to create more busywork for Americans this past year. In 2013, regulators added an estimated 157.9 million hours of paperwork to comply with the 80,224 new pages of regulations in the Federal Register, according to a … Continue reading

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$216 Billion in New Regulations Last Year

The Obama administration issued $236 billion worth of new regulations last year, according to a report from a conservative think tank. The analysis from the American Action Forum, led by former Congressional Budget Office Director Douglas Holtz-Eakin, found that the … Continue reading

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