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Trump 'Administrative State' Rollback Fails To Lower $2 Trillion Annual Cost Of Regulation

The Washington Times cites Vice President of Policy and Senior Fellow Wayne Crews on the cost of federal regulations.

Federal regulations were costing the economy $1.9 trillion at the end of 2018 — about in line with where things stood a year earlier and toward the end of the Obama administration, according to the report from the Competitive Enterprise Institute, a free-market think tank.

Trump Early Efforts on Deregulation Could Pave Way For Increased Executive Activity: Study

Fox Business cites Vice President of Policy and Senior Fellow Wayne Crews on the Trump Administration's record on deregulation.

While he has been successful in that effort, according to study author Clyde Wayne Crews, it could pave the way for more executive branch activity in the future. The deregulatory mission could also be blunted by the administration’s trade agenda and new regulations on top tech firms like Amazon and Facebook, among other things.

'Swamp' Thwarts Trump With $1.9T 'Hidden Tax' In Regulations

The Washington Examiner cites Vice President of Policy and Senior Fellow Wayne Crews on CEI's "Ten Thousand Commandments" report.

The Competitive Enterprise Institute said that the $1.9 trillion in regulation translated into a “burden” of $14,600 on every household, an amount so high that if the costs were a country, it would the ninth largest, just ahead of Canada.

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