CEI’s Clyde Wayne Crews is cited on Washington Examiner about hidden regulation cost:
“The choices made 100 years ago in creating and erecting the administrative state have generated costs unacknowledged today. Unwise interventions today will do the same to our descendants, lowering their standards of living, lessening opportunities, harming American prosperity,” said Clyde Wayne Crews of the Competitive Enterprise Institute.
Crews, who has urged the administration and Congress to expand Trump-era demands to be more transparent on regulations, said the costs of agencies turning White House executive orders into rules have reached new highs.
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