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Counting All the U.S. Government's Regulations

kcaffrey Wrote: Oct 22, 2012 8:13 PM
EPA is killing the energy sector right know with regulations that are putting coal out of business. The EPA was not formed until 1973 or so and since then it has cost the country at least 2 trillion in lost jobs, higher costs at the pump, endangered bugs so we cannot use the land. And This clown Mr. Chu who heads EPA rides a bicycle and hopes to pump gass up to six dollars a barrel so Americans can't drive as much. Add all the other agencies and you have a candy store of billions that can be saved by the federal government and allow business to do business.

The Mercatus Center has launched a new web app, RegData:

The Mercatus Center at George Mason University is proud to announce the launch of a breakthrough database that provides a dramatically improved measure of the federal regulatory burden.

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