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December 29, 2011: A Record Year for Regulation

Vice President for Policy Wayne Crews talks about why 2011 was a record year for both new regulations and their cost. He also talks about his efforts to make the opaque regulatory state more transparent. Besides his annual “Ten Thousand Commandments” report, Wayne has started a new TenThousandCommandments.com website to update regulatory data in real time. There is a also a 10KC Twitter account and a Facebook page to make it as easy as possible to keep an eye on what regulatory agencies are up to.

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  1. [...] for Regulationby Ryan Young on December 29, 2011 · 0 commentsin Podcast, Regulation Tweet Have a listen here.Vice President for Policy Wayne Crews talks about why 2011 was a record year for both new [...]

  2. [...] daily Federal Register updates and other nifty features. Wayne talked to me about the site in this podcast; there is also a 10KC Facebook page and a Twitter feed. The goal is to make it as easy as possible [...]

  3. [...] daily Federal Register updates and other nifty features. Wayne talked to me about the site in this podcast; there is also a 10KC Facebook page and a Twitter feed. The goal is to make it as easy as possible [...]


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