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Manufacturers could shift production out of the US to Canada or Mexico as a result, warned George Buckley, chief executive and chairman of 3M.
He added: “Politicians forget that business has choice. We’re not indentured servants and we will do business where it’s good and friendly. If it’s hostile, incrementally, things will slip away. We’ve got a real choice between manufacturing in Canada and Mexico – which tend to be pro-business – or America.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is considering a crackdown on farm dust...
"If approved, would establish the most stringent and unparalleled regulation of dust in our nation's history."
Oklahoma Farm Bureau President Mike Spradling said the rules could be detrimental to farmers across the Sooner State.
Congress passed a law in 2007 mandating that bulbs producing 100 watts worth of light meet certain efficiency goals, starting in 2012.
The new bulbs will also be expensive — about $50 each
Allow a profit motive, and industries will self-regulate.
Several U.S. states and jurisdictions (including Puerto Rico) and seven Canadian provinces currently have laws on the books that require an interior design license for professional designers.
One designer claimed that allowing just anyone to practice interior design would contribute to 88,000 deaths annually because of poor fabric selection
cost every American household around $15,000.
And they're costing the economy nearly $2 trillion a year.
vehicle manufacturers report regulations requiring new mileage and emissions standards will cost them almost $11 billion every year.
"And they're passing that cost down to their consumers, which will add up to about $1,000 more per car, if not more,"
the financial industry will have to spend almost 318,000 hours of staffers' time to comply with just three new regulations in the Dodd-Frank Financial Reform bill.
the administration in July only has put in $9.5 billion in new regulatory costs by proposing 229 new rules and finalizing 379 rules.
First lady Michelle Obama's family trip to South Africa and Botswana in June cost taxpayers well over $424,000
The 'top source' told the National Enquirer:
There can be no doubt that this latest revelation about Michelle Obama’s spending is an embarrassment to the White House at a time when the president is talking about spending cuts
Although ignored by most of America’s liberal-dominated media, several online US news sites are reporting that Michelle Obama’s grand tour of southern Africa earlier this year cost American taxpayers nearly half a million dollars – and that's just for the flights. This follows in the wake of claims this August from sources inside the White House itself that the First Lady may have spent “$10 million of taxpayers’ money on vacations alone in the past year.”
Although ignored by most of America’s liberal-dominated media,
Now, back to regulation, I'm taking your side in that we need certain regulations. One is to monitor Michelle, so that she doesn't spend to get back at the mean country in which she lives.
The other is to regulate the justice dept. headed by Eric Holder. who looks to have perjured himself.
The Obama administration’s Department of Energy was poised last summer to give Solyndra a second major taxpayer loan of $469 million, even as the company’s financial situation was growing more dire.
At current trading prices, the government would lose about $16.5 billion...
The Treasury Department, holding onto a 26.5 percent stake in General Motors Co., plans to be "patient" before selling its remaining 500 million shares in the Detroit automaker.
From Alaska to Georgia and Wyoming to Florida, utilities are seeking permission to pass on hundreds of millions of dollars in new charges to customers to ... comply with tougher environmental regulations
OBAMA: "The answer we're getting right now is: Well, we're going to roll back all these Obama regulations... Does anybody really think that that is going to create jobs right now and meet the challenges of a global economy?"
THE FACTS: Well, yes, some think it will. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce last month submitted a jobs proposal to Obama that included a call to ease regulations on businesses. It specifically called for streamlining environmental reviews on major construction projects and to delay the issuance of some potentially burdensome regulations until the economy and employment have improved. In the letter, Chamber President Thomas Donohue also called on Congress to pass legislation that would require congressional approval of major regulations. The chamber did not indicate how many jobs such regulatory changes could create, but it said: "Immediate regulatory relief is required in order to begin moving $1 trillion-$2 trillion in accumulated private capital off of the sidelines and into business expansion."
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