Nonsequitur: Obama Regulations Cost $108 Billion Annually
May 24, 2016
The White House, Congress, and federal agencies routinely ignore regulatory costs, exaggerate benefits, breach legislative and constitutional boundaries, and dictate lifestyle choices rather than focusing on public health and safety.
The Obama administration has added 229 major regulations since 2009 with annual costs of over $100 billion. The administration already has 144 additional rules being put into place for 2016. You can read more about how the Obama administration has ignored both constitutional and legislative mandates to install these government controls here.