Following on the earlier post about Congress' habit of allowing regulators to do the dirty work....
...Using official government sources, the National Federation of Independent Business
calculates there are more than 4,000 federal rules in the pipeline, and
that just the 13 biggest ones would, if imposed in an Obama second
term, cost businesses a total of more than $515 billion over four years.
That tally doesn't include more than 100 still-to-be-written
regulations needed to enforce the Dodd-Frank financial reform law, or
the mountain of regulations required by ObamaCare. The health law has
already resulted in thousands of pages of rules, including 18 pages
simply to define what a "full-time employee" is.
It's only your children's future, folks....
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