Regulatory Abuse Must be Stopped
The Obama administration has buried American families with burdensome regulations, costing each U.S. household roughly $15,000 per year. In addition to these appalling costs, numerous regulations have been worked out in secret – exemplifying President Obama’s failed promise for increased transparency – giving those impacted too little time to adapt and comply. Such regulatory abuse is a disservice to the American public and must be stopped.
The House this week passed two important pieces of legislation that establish a commission to review existing regulations and increase the transparency and accountability within the federal regulatory process. I applaud passage of this legislation and urge its speedy enactment into law to aid the far too many struggling small businesses and families across our nation.
For more information about H.R. 712, Sunshine for Regulatory Decrees and Settlements Act of 2015, click here. For more information about H.R. 1155, SCRUB Act of 2015, click here.