To Regulate or Not to Regulate, That is the Question

Mar 11, 2011

As our nation works to get our economy back on track, a top priority must be addressing our broken regulatory system, which is causing uncertainty for America’s job creators. We must reform the regulatory process—to restore badly needed balance, restraint, and common sense. The unprecedented explosion of regulations has made a tremendous impact on jobs and the personal and economic freedom of all Americans.  Over the coming weeks we’ll tell the story of the need to restore checks and balances to the regulatory process in Regulations: Restoring Balance.  To learn more about our efforts visit www.uschamber.com/regulations.    Download the image below as a PDF.

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