The Obama Administration has a long history of circumventing Congress and implementing new regulations through federal agencies and unelected bureaucrats.
Since 2009, the number of those bureaucrats has increased by 13 percent. And in five years, those different departments have wasted little time imposing 106 major regulatory changes, costing the private sector economy at least $46 billion, in addition to incalculable implementation costs. Right now, sixty federal departments, commissions, and agencies have more than 4,000 regulations at various stages of implementation, which will only serve to damage our weak economy, with thousands more suggested in President Obama’s exorbitant budget.
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