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A Politically and Technically Feasible Approach for Handling Regulatory Accumulation

A Politically and Technically Feasible Approach for Handling Regulatory Accumulation

A new institutional design is required to deal with retrospective review of regulations.

Congressional Action Needed to Deal with Regulatory Accumulation

Congressional Action Needed to Deal with Regulatory Accumulation

The SCRUB Act would help correct regulatory accumulation – but the bill could be improved.

It’s Past Time to Address Regulatory Duplication

It’s Past Time to Address Regulatory Duplication

The SCRUB Act would help eliminate duplicative rules through retrospective review.

Debating the Independent Retrospective Review of Regulations

Debating the Independent Retrospective Review of Regulations

The Regulatory Review features the debate over an independent process for reviewing existing rules.

House Subcommittee Considers Scrubbing Away “Burdensome” Regulations

House Subcommittee Considers Scrubbing Away “Burdensome” Regulations

New bill would empower an independent commission to force agencies to eliminate or amend rules.

House Subcommittee Airs Debate Over “Secret Law”

House Subcommittee Airs Debate Over “Secret Law”

Public access to regulations takes center stage at congressional hearing.

The Shutdown’s Impact on Regulation

The Shutdown’s Impact on Regulation

Looking back at the 1995 shutdown reveals insights about regulatory productivity.

Regulatory Reform in the 112th Congress

Regulatory Reform in the 112th Congress

The Regulatory Review considers the most prominent regulatory reform bills currently pending in Congress.