Not So Cool Rules
The Wall Street Journal cites Wayne Crews's study on the size of the federal regulatory burden.
The best measure of the overall regulatory burden comes from Wayne Crews of the Competitive Enterprise Institute in his annual "Ten Thousand Commandments" scorecard. Mr. Crews recently reported that there are more than 4,000 new regulations now in the pipeline, and he notes that in 2010 the bureaucrats set an all-time record by churning out 81,405 pages in the Federal Register, where new and proposed rules are published.
Read the full article at the Wall Street Journal.