Will Trump’s Authoritarian Impulses Derail His Deregulatory Successes?

Reason cites Vice President of Policy and Senior Fellow Wayne Crews on CEI’s “Ten Thousand Commandments” report.

But there are warning signs that progress might be slowing, says Clyde Wayne Crews, CEI’s vice president of policy and the author of the annual “Ten Thousand Commandments” report.

“Despite the progress made on regulatory reform under President Trump, American consumers and businesses are still on the hook for the ‘hidden tax’ of federal regulation,” said Crews in a statement. “And that progress is further threatened by President Trump’s own regulatory impulses on issues ranging from antitrust enforcement to trade restrictions to food and drug matters, and more.”

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