Red Tape Rollback, a project of Pacific Legal Foundation, today announced a new partnership with leading national public policy, legal, and research organizations.
In an op-ed published at Forbes, Competitive Enterprise Institute's Wayne Crews explains how Congress and the president should address what he calls "regulatory dark matter" in Washington.
Over at Pacific Legal Foundation's Liberty Blog, attorney Tony Francois recently wrote a response to critics on the Congressional Review Act. A post on a website quoted legal professors calling the use of the CRA "ill advised," but these professors couldn't offer a legal argument against the use of the CRA.
The new head of the White House’s Office of Management and Budget, Mick Mulvaney, recently discussed the Congressional Review Act with Hugh Hewitt. During the interview, Director Mulvaney said that OMB is “looking into” an expansive view of the CRA, allowing Congress and the administration to repeal regulations from as far back as 1996.