Tag Archives: Regulatory State

Recent Developments About Regulatory Cost Budgeting as a Potential Reform

by Jeff Rosen — Tuesday, May 24, 2016

For those with an interest in the issue of budgets for the costs of regulation as a potential reform of the regulatory system, there have been some recent developments: In the budget resolution adopted by the House Budget Committee on March 16, 2016 (H.Con.Res. 125), section 605 is titled “Policy Statement On Federal Regulatory Budgeting […]

Annual Data about Regulation Now Available

by Jeff Rosen — Tuesday, May 24, 2016

This month several sources of useful information about regulation were published. For those interested, they are listed below: On May 18, 2016, the Administration published the Spring 2016 “Current Unified Agenda of Regulatory and Deregulatory Actions”, available here. Susan Dudley and Melinda Warren this month published the latest annual volume of their guide to the […]

Regulatory Reform Legislation, Where Do Things Stand?

by Jeff Rosen — Saturday, Mar. 12, 2016

Regulatory reform legislation has been a lively topic, and is likely to remain so. Next Tuesday, a panel featuring four senior House and Senate professional staff members will address “Congressional Interest in Regulatory Reform” during the 12th Annual Administrative Law Institute in Washington, D.C. And next Wednesday, the Hoover Institute and the ABA Section of Administrative […]

​The Congressional Review Act Revisited

by Jeff Rosen — Monday, Dec. 14, 2015

This month the House of Representatives passed two resolutions under the Congressional Review Act (5 USC 801, et seq .) that disapproved of EPA’s recent rules for greenhouse gases from new and existing power plants. S.J. Resolutions 23 and 24. These two resolutions had already passed the Senate on November 17, 2015. The vote in […]