Capito attacks coal regulations, Clinton’s emails at RNC

Senator Shelley Moore Capito, in her speech at the Republican National Convention, focuses on the cost of federal regulations citing a figure from Wayne Crews's annual report as reported by Charleston Gazette-Mail. 

Policy-wise, Capito’s focus was largely on federal regulations, which she said cost each American household $15,000 a year, repeating the figure four times. That number comes from the Competitive Enterprise Institute, a conservative think-tank, which admits it is a “back of the envelope” calculation that does not account for any for the benefits of regulations. 

Read the full article at the Charleston Gazette-Mail