Congressional Review Act Rises Again!

The Hill cited Vice President for Policy and a Senior Fellow Wayne Crews on regulatory dark matter.

This problem increases considerably when you include what the Competitive Enterprise Institute’s Clyde Wayne Crews Jr. calls “regulatory dark matter” — those rules imposed through agency guidance documents, proclamations, memoranda or mere letters without any of the public process required to issue regulations. We’ve found that these rules are almost never submitted, even though the law and Congress’ actions clearly indicate they are covered by the CRA.

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