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Agencies Use Regulatory ‘Dark Matter’ To Skirt Trump’s Reforms

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Agencies Use Regulatory ‘Dark Matter’ To Skirt Trump’s Reforms

Post by Lobo on Tue 14 Mar 2017, 3:19 pm

Agencies Use Regulatory ‘Dark Matter’ To Skirt Trump’s Reforms

Government agencies use “regulatory dark matter” to insert themselves into everyday life without congressional or public approval, a conservative nonprofit watchdog group reported Tuesday.
Federal regulatory orders include presidential and agency memoranda, guidance documents, bulletins and public notices that don’t require prior congressional consent, and empower the government to [url=https://cei.org/sites/default/files/Wayne Crews - Mapping Washington%27s Lawlessness 2017.pdf]interfere in business and personal lives[/url], according to the Competitive Enterprise Institute report.
“Congress needs to take back its authority over federal agencies,” CEI Vice President Clyde Wayne Crews Jr. said. “The problem with regulatory dark matter is that it allows the executive branch of our government to rule sectors of our economy through mere announcements, rather than actual lawmaking or even proper rule-making.”
Crews praised President Donald Trump’s efforts to curb government regulations, but said agencies “can still create dark matter behind the scenes,” and that additional congressional action is needed to curb the problem.
http://dailycaller.com/2017/03/14/agencies-use-regulatory-dark-matter-to-skirt-trumps-reforms/?utm_source=webpush

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