Week in Regulation

From: American Action Forum

By Sam Batkins

Regulators were busy this week with 20 notable regulations. Combined, they could impose $312 million in costs and more than 359,000 paperwork burden hours. In addition, the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA) withdrew two energy conservation standards (reflector lamps and manufactured housing) that had been under review for more than two years.

Regulatory Toplines

  • New Proposed Rules: 51
  • New Final Rules: 67
  • 2014 Significant Documents: 109
  • 2014 Total Pages of Regulation: 14,608
  • 2014 Proposed Rules: $7.3 Billion
  • 2014 Final Rules: $5.9 Billion

AAF has catalogued regulations according to their codification in the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR). The CFR is organized into 50 titles, with each title corresponding to an industry or part of government. This snapshot will help to determine which sectors of the economy receive the highest number of regulatory actions.

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