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Since President Barack Obama took office on Jan. 20, 2009, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has issued 2,827 new final regulations, equaling 24,915 pages in the Federal Register, totaling approximately 24,915,000 words...Thus, the new EPA
The Environmental Protection Agency may have intentionally delayed issuing a regulation limiting carbon dioxide emissions from new power plants so the rule would not be finalized until after the midterm elections, a GOP senator said Tuesday. Sen.
The EPA's rules have become a political headache for Democrats in Appalachia. AP Photo Close Newly released documents are fueling GOP questions about whether EPA put politics ahead of policy by publishing a controversial climate rule so late that it
Story Continues Below Ad Congress may be mired in gridlock, but the federal bureaucracy is busier than ever. In 2013 the Federal Register contained 3,659 "final" rules, which means they now must be obeyed, and 2,594 proposed rules on their way to
The technology troubles that plagued the HealthCare.gov website rollout may not have come as a shock to people who work for certain agencies of the government especially those who still use floppy disks, the cutting-edge technology of the 1980s.
The new Agenda reports on 3,305 rules and regulations at various stages, down from 4,062 at this point in 2012. That's the lowest since 3,882 in 2007, but unfortunately, in an era soaked in Obamacare, Dodd-Frank and an Environmental Protection Agency
Today we're taking a closer look as a couple of places where we think the FDA's proposal comes up short because it fails to address significant problems. Those are: (1) the Agency's rather terse cost benefit analysis , and (2) the FDA's failure
Bureaucracies in the Obama Administration have thus far published approximately 11,588,500 words of final Obamacare regulations, while there are only 381,517 words in the Obamacare law itself. That means unelected federal officials have now written
Whatever the argument, here are a few of her tips: Stop the blame game : When couples come to her office, Fitzpatrick says, they often want to talk about how whatever is wrong is all their partner's fault...Focus on the future : Instead, she urges
So here's an angle on the federal government shutdown that you're not getting from the liberal broadcast media. With non-essential personnel furloughed, federal regulators have not been at work, which is a huge blessing to an overregulated American