Obama’s Surge Strategy

It’s a surge in regulations.

From 2002 to 2007, the number of big regulations — “big” meaning an economic effect of $100 million or more — was between 12 and 27 annually. Last year, there were 386 of them. Wayne Crews, author of Ten Thousand Commandments, has the details.

Iain Murray — Iain Murray is the Competitive Enterprise Institute's vice president of strategy. For the past decade with the Institute, he has concentrated on financial regulation, labor, employment and immigration regulation, and ...

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