The Supreme Court May Begin to Tame the Administrative State
AEI cited Vice President for Policy Wayne Crews on administrative rulemaking.
In addition, Chevron helped enable a vast expansion of administrative rule making. Since 1993, the agencies of the administrative state have issued more than 100,000 rules, and never fewer than 3,000 in a year, according to Wayne Crews of the Competitive Enterprise Institute. This avalanche of rules and regulations is beyond the ability of the president or Congress to control. It is also a challenge to the rule of law.