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Regulatory Burden: Some Agenciesí Claims Regarding Lack of Rulemaking Discretion Have Merit
Curtis Copeland. This report builds on a previous report regarding what business said were the 125 federal regulations that were most problematic for them. This report examines the assertions by federal agencies that some of the regulatory concerns were attributable, in part, to the underlying statutes. It determines: the amount of discretion the underlying statutes gave the rulemaking agencies in developing the regulatory requirements; whether the regulatory requirements at issue were within the authority granted by the underlying statutes; & whether the rulemaking agencies could have developed regulatory approaches that would have been less burdensome to business while still meeting the underlying statutes requirements. Charts & tables.
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