Report finds that EPA & FCC regulations are costing Americans big time

Report finds that EPA & FCC regulations are costing Americans big time

February 26, 2013
Originally published in Red Alert Politics

Between the EPA and the FCC, government regulations are costing Americans close to the tune of $495 billion, according to a new report from the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI). CEI ranks the EPA as by far the most costly rulemaking agencies at $353 billion. The the Department of Health and Human Services comes in second with $184 billion, and the FCC in third with $142 billion.