Protective press refuses to call President Obama a ‘lame duck’

The Washington Times reports on Wayne Crews’s research on the number of federal regulations issued in 2016. 

So how many new regulations did federal agencies issue in 2016? From Clyde Wayne Crews, vice president for policy at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, comes the final tally: 3,853. Yes, that is 3,853 new regulations, 443 more than the previous year. Congress, incidentally, only managed to pass 211 laws during the same time period.

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