Testimony Before the House Judiciary Committee
Congress has granted executive and independent agencies freedom to regulate with minimal oversight. Agencies have taken advantage of this delegation by utilizing flawed rule-making processes that mislead the public.
To make matters worse, these agencies consistently understate the costs that their pronouncements place on young Americans. Congress must to take steps to reassert its authority over the economy by reining in the accelerating growth in federal regulation. At the very least, Congress needs to act as a countervailing weight to the pro-regulation bias that permeates agencies. Millennials have entrepreneurial dreams, and their elected representatives need to take these steps to help them realize their goals.