One way to reduce regulations? Give states the power to reject them.
The Hill mentions Wayne Crews's annual report calculating the cost of federal regulation on the economy.
As the Competitive Enterprise Institute has explained, regulations cost our economy $1.885 trillion in 2015, and the cost of complying with regulations is higher than what the IRS will likely take in from individual and corporate taxes in 2015. About the only way citizens can impact the regulatory state is through the notice and comment period, when they can object to or support proposed regulations before they become law.
Read the full article at The Hill.