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The conference report on House Bill 162, which has already passed the Senate, includes a common-sense adjustment of the state’s sunset provisions with periodic review
The conference report on House Bill 162, which has already passed the Senate, includes a common-sense adjustment of the state’s sunset provisions with periodic review
 
The John Locke Foundation's First in Freedom Index ranks North Carolina No. 36 in the nation and No. 8 in our region in regulatory freedom
The John Locke Foundation's First in Freedom Index ranks North Carolina No. 36 in the nation and No. 8 in our region in regulatory freedom
 
What is at stake in the states' dispute with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's "Clean Power Plan" (CPP)? The U.S. Supreme Court just granted an emergency application from the states to stay the implementation of the CPP.
What is at stake in the states' dispute with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's "Clean Power Plan" (CPP)? The U.S. Supreme Court just granted an emergency application from the states to stay the implementation of the CPP.
 
Regulation costs already reach at least $3.1 billion annually in North Carolina and might stretch to as much as $25 billion. A new John Locke Foundation Policy Report focuses on a tool designed to "rein in" state regulatory overreach.
Regulation costs already reach at least $3.1 billion annually in North Carolina and might stretch to as much as $25 billion. A new John Locke Foundation Policy Report focuses on a tool designed to "rein in" state regulatory overreach.
 
Last week's newsletter mentioned in passing something that this week's entry will explore further. It discussed my new report promoting a state REINS Act for North Carolina, in light of findings by Beacon Hill economists that the regulatory burden imposed by North Carolina on the private sector...
Last week's newsletter mentioned in passing something that this week's entry will explore further. It discussed my new report promoting a state REINS Act for North Carolina, in light of findings by Beacon Hill economists that the regulatory burden imposed by North Carolina on the private sector...
 
A new, groundbreaking report from Beacon Hill economists estimated that in 2015 state regulations cost North Carolina's economy at minimum $3.1 billion and possibly as much as $25.5 billion.
A new, groundbreaking report from Beacon Hill economists estimated that in 2015 state regulations cost North Carolina's economy at minimum $3.1 billion and possibly as much as $25.5 billion.
 
This week, Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-3) voted in favor of legislation that would require congressional approval of federal rules that impose significant burdens on the American economy. H.R. 427.
This week, Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-3) voted in favor of legislation that would require congressional approval of federal rules that impose significant burdens on the American economy. H.R. 427.
 
Legislation limiting assertive regulatory actions by executive branch agencies is gaining interest in the General Assembly and in state capitals around the country. Supporters say a state-focused version of the federal Regulations from the Executive in Need of Scrutiny, or REINS, Act, could...
Legislation limiting assertive regulatory actions by executive branch agencies is gaining interest in the General Assembly and in state capitals around the country. Supporters say a state-focused version of the federal Regulations from the Executive in Need of Scrutiny, or REINS, Act, could...
 
The General Assembly should adopt the REINS principles for North Carolina, thereby properly returning major legislative authority to elected, accountable representatives of the people.
The General Assembly should adopt the REINS principles for North Carolina, thereby properly returning major legislative authority to elected, accountable representatives of the people.
 
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