From: The Washington Examiner
3. Killing regulations means adding staff
“President Trump has most certainly provided regulatory wonks with a target-rich environment,” Tozzi said in an email. “I have been in this business a half century and never have seen so much action so fast. That said, the resulting question is whether his actions survive the test of time.”
Tozzi wants to see Trump add more hands to give the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs the muscle it needs after being under-resourced for years, according to comments he filed from his group, the Center for Regulatory Effectiveness. He wants the office to implement Trump’s proposed regulatory budget that was outlined in yet another executive order.