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2 thoughts on “Do We Need Greater Congressional Oversight of Agency Rulemaking?

  1. Kent R Crawford

    The problem with the idea is that even with more Congressional oversight, the regulatory agencies would still exist. Yet one must wonder at the Constitutionality of such agencies in the first place. Can Congress abrogate their responsibility to a bunch of bureaucratic political hacks and ‘true believers?’ I think not.
    A far better approach would be to shrink those agencies to mere advisory boards, who would in turn propose legislation to Congress, to be examined on their merit.
    Removing the stench of the regulatory agencies, not to mention the cost and waste, would be good for the economy and the Country.

  2. bscook111

    This article speaks to the second greatest problem in America today, the first being crony capitalism. The insidious nature of government bureaucrat regulators occurs at state levels as well. Possibly the people selected for these positions are by inclination more socialist. Perhaps they are also biased against business. Likely their ranks are also swelled by the increases in liberal college education biased toward social leveling. At any rate, oppressive regulation is far more damaging to america presently than even our ridiculous tax structure.

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