Resistance grows to Biden hiding costly, choking regulations

Washington Examiner cites Clyde Wayne Crews on costly regulations:

Two proposed changes have been singled out by groups including the Competitive Enterprise Institute and former presidents of the Society for Benefit-Cost Analysis.

One would raise the price tag of regulations deemed to have a significant economic impact from $100 million to $200 million, and another would let regulators brag on the political benefits of new rules.

“If honesty doesn’t prevail, government can grow by means of more obscure guidance, memoranda and directives of various sorts, as well as spending alone,” CEI’s Clyde Wayne Crews warned.

Another change would add societal and political benefits to how regulations are calculated, a big no-no in the past.

Read the full article on the Washington Examiner.