The Washington Examiner profiles Ten Thousand Commandments:
CEI’s vice president for policy, Clyde Wayne Crews, cheered the current administration for cutting back on red tape and for reducing the pace of new regulations. Still, he told Reason, there’s a lot of work to be done.
“These are good things, but there are warning signs,” Crews said. “President Trump’s own apparent affinity for strong antitrust enforcement and protectionist trade policies threaten to undermine the economic gains from his regulatory reform efforts.”
As Crews told Reason, “Ultimately, permanent regulatory streamlining will require Congress to act.”