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The regulation burden

The Mercatus Center’s RegData project has recently extended its methodology for quantifying the number of regulations and other restrictions imposed by U.S. government agencies...

EPA signals retreat from controversial ‘secret science’ rule

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is dropping plans to issue a final version this year of its divisive plan to limit the agency’s...

So, what happened to SB50?

In recent years, it has become conventional wisdom that a way to provide much-needed housing in metropolitan areas is to allow denser development, particularly...

Regulation and housing affordability discussed at PCBC

At the Pacific Coast Builder's Conference in San Francisco, Doug Bibby, President of NMHC, gave a talk about why rent control has become an...

Virginia passes tenant protections

Governor Ralph Northam of Virginia recently signed a number of measures designed to increase tenant protections in the state. Several other bills with the...
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The rent’s too high? Ease runaway regulation

There’s not enough affordable rental housing in America, and not enough deals that pencil to build more. The lack of land, labor and lumber...

Regulation nation

A lawyer for Duarte Nursery said the case is important because it could set a precedent requiring other farmers to obtain costly, time-consuming permits...

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