Federal Register Hits 25,000 Pages
This morning, the 2010 Federal Register passed the 25,000 page mark with an “Issuance of Order for Implementation of Additional Security Measures and Fingerprinting for Unescorted Access to Florida Power and Light Company” from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
After 87 working days, the Federal Register stands at 25,098 pages. That’s an average of 288 pages every single day of proposed rules, final rules, notices, and other federal doings.
Assuming 250 working days in a year, the Register is on pace for 72,121 pages, a slight increase over 2009’s 69,676 pages.
Back in January, it was on pace for a mere 63,187 pages. The pace has been accelerating since.
Can President Obama top President Bush’s final Federal Register, which ran to 79,435 pages? We shall see what the coming months bring.