Sept. 20, 2016 7:03 p.m. ET
From “Can U.S. Presidents Much Affect the U.S. Economy?” by David Henderson, writing Sept. 19 at the Library of Economics and Liberty:
We live in a regulatory state, with hundreds of thousands of regulations and tens of thousands of new regulations (both large ones and tweaks to current ones) annually.
Regulation has a big effect on the economy...
On-topic (i.e., "REGULATIONS"), very newsworthy article
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