Fixing What's Broken
Regulatory reform must be a part of growing the economy and creating jobs again. To understand just how important it is, consider a recent study by the Phoenix Center, which found that a five percent reduction in the federal regulatory budget (about $2.8 billion) would result in an increase of 1.2 million jobs and about $75 billion in expanded private-sector GDP each year. It’s time to fix what’s broken by restoring badly needed balance, restraint, and common sense to the process.
Learn more about the Chamber’s efforts to restore balance and accountability to the regulatory process.