The Toledo Blade mentions Wayne Crews's study on the size of the federal regulatory state.
Federal regulations cost Americans $1.16 trillion in 2007, a tenth of our total economic output that year, the Competitive Enterprise Institute estimated. Substantially reducing the regulatory burden would lower prices and make it easier for businesses to make a profit.
Our economy will heal itself, if the government stops heaping burdens upon it.
Read the full article at the Toledo Blade.