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Instant Reform: Measure the Hidden Tax of Regulation

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The National Center for Policy Analysis discusses Wayne Crews's research on what Congress should do about the growing size of the regulatory state.

If Congress doesn't grapple with the regulatory state, this economy can't regain footing, says Clyde Wayne Crews, vice president for policy at the Competitive Enterprise Institute.

The lowest-hanging fruit is for Congress to immediately make regulatory trends as transparent as possible by requiring that summary regulatory data be published in the annual federal budget, the Economic Report of the President or some other accessible venue.

Read the full article at the National Center for Policy Analysis.