Regulatory Reform in the 113th Congress Open Access
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The 113th Congress is considering various bills to reform how regulations are developed, analyzed, and reviewed. The GW Regulatory Studies Center tracks and classifies these bills based on information provided by the Library of Congress. The legislation is selected if it concerns improvements to the quality of government regulation. Regulatory reform may be economic or to mitigate some sort of harm that stems from the activity being regulated. The bills are classified using reform elements the GW Regulatory Studies Center considers to be integral to reforming the regulatory processes, procedures, and subsequent outcomes.
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