Obama set to break red tape record

Washington Examiner reports on Wayne Crews's report on this year's record breaking Federal Register. 

President Obama's regulatory freight train is crashing through even his own records and is set to hit an all-time red tape high, according to the Competitive Enterprise Institute.

CEI's Clyde Wayne Crews has been charting the rising red tape and on Monday reported that this year's Federal Register just became the ninth fattest ever at 75,670 pages.

While the highest count ever was Barack Obama's 81,405 pages in 2010, it is obvious that this figure will easily be surpassed, probably before December," he wrote, in calling for a countdown on when the administration will pass that number.

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