The Washington Examiner discusses the current administration's increase in regulations per law passed with Clyde Wayne Crews.
"Bush's last six years averaged 17, while Obama's just-ended six have averaged 35," according to Clyde Wayne Crews Jr., the vice president for policy at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, and who charts laws and regulations.
In his year-end review, Crews found that Congress passed 87 public laws last year.
"In terms of just raw flow, that's 39 rules and regulations for every law. I like to call that multiple 'The Unconstitutionality Index,'" he said.
Read the full article at the Washington Examiner.