Pass a law, leave lots of "fill in the blanks" for the regulators--and when the regs hit hard, pretend you can't do anything about it. It's really evasion of responsibility.
Sometimes, the regulators simply write up whatever they want to.
Well, in Wisconsin that will come to a screeching halt, soon.
Governor-elect Scott Walker announced plans Tuesday to require the governor to approve all state rules and give citizens a chance to challenge rules in their local circuit court.
Now, challenges to rules written by state agencies can be made only in Dane County, the seat of state government.
Walker's proposal is to be considered in a special legislative session he will call Jan. 3, the day he is sworn in.BadaBing BadaBang BadaBoom.