Regulators Gone Wild

The White House is rewriting the rules for cost-benefit analysis to unleash its regulators.

Wall Street Journal cites CEI’s Clyde Wayne Crews on overabundance of regulation:

According to the Competitive Enterprise Institute’s Clyde Wayne Crews, the Biden Administration has 297 “economically significant” regulations in the pipeline, and his average has been 97 per year compared to an average of 69 a year for Mr. Obama and 49 for George W. Bush. That number will appear to fall if Mr. Biden raises the bar for economically significant regulations to $200 million, which is part of the point.

Read the full article on the Wall Street Journal.