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July 7, 2011: How Much Does Regulation Cost?

One federal government study says federal regulations cost $1.75 trillion. Another says it’s $62 billion. The difference is almost a factor of 30. Vice President for Policy Wayne Crews compares the two, and talks about the hazards of calculating regulatory costs and benefits. As it turns out, $1.75 trillion might be an understatement.

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  1. [...] Does Regulation Cost?by Ryan Young on July 7, 2011 · 0 commentsin Podcast,Regulation Tweet Have a listen here.One federal government study says federal regulations cost $1.75 trillion. Another says it’s [...]


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