Washington Examiner discusses Wayne Crews's anaylsis on the Obama administration's record setting rule-making pace.
With less than 100 days left in his presidency, the think pieces about President Obama's legacy are being written. His biggest legacy may be the record-setting number and cost of regulations that he has imposed on the economy and on state and local governments.
In terms of the number of pages of new regulations, Obama is on pace to print seven of the eight fattest editions of the Federal Register in history. This year's could be the fattest ever, according to an analysis by the Competitive Enterprise Institute, blowing away the previous record (set by Obama in 2010) of 81,405 pages.
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