Obama's Regulatory Streamlining Fails to Reassure Industry Groups
1:41 PM MDT | August 29, 2011 | Kara Sissell
ACC and other business groups say the Obama administration’s final plans for streamlining federal regulations are helpful but not enough to mitigate the regulatory burdens that are causing U.S. manufacturing to migrate overseas. The White House and federal agencies released their final plans for streamlining regulations following President Obama’s executive order last January, which mandated officials take steps to reduce redundant, unnecessary, or overly burdensome requirements. Obama’s order has done nothing to alleviate ACC’s two...
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