The Path To Job Creation Runs Through Regulatory Reform
From Ed Pozzuoli's column in Forbes:
According to the Competitive Enterprise Institute’s Wayne Crews, regulation’s “hidden cost” has ballooned to $1.8 trillion on an annual basis. Think about that for a moment: the price of various rules and barriers to production foisted on job-creating businesses is over half as much as our extraordinarily bloated federal government each year. This is both incredibly wasteful and economically ruinous.