The third in an occasional series that shines a little light on what the regulatory state is up to. Today’s Regulation of the Day comes to us from the Administration for Children and Families ($47.355 billion 2008 budget). On June 26, the National Commission on Children and Disasters is having a meeting. They will be talking about another meeting from the day before. While not a regulation per se, the meetings could result in multiple new rules hitting the books – and taxpayers. According to page 27,337 of the 2009 Federal Register, proposals to be discussed will cover everything from pediatric medical care during a natural disaster to “education and juvenile justice,” whatever that is.