Out of control: 47 new regulations for every new law

chainSomebody forgot to tell Washington’s regulatory agencies that it’s Congress that makes laws governing American commerce.

According to a new Competitive Enterprise Institute study provided to Secrets, agency bureaucrats have finalized 47 times more new rules than laws passed in 2011, a runaway record over the past nine years.

CEI found that Congress passed just 81 new laws in 2011, but regulators OK’d 3,807 regulations. A year earlier…

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