White House report shows high cost of EPA rules
from Washington Examiner
The White House released an overdue report on the cost of regulations that shows that the Environmental Protection Agency dominates all other agencies in both benefits and costs, as well as the number of regulations. EPA is number one on costs, ranging from $37.6 billion to $45.4 billion from 2004 to 2014 in 2010 dollars. The second most costly agency is the Department of Transportation, ranging from $8.5 billion to $16.3 billion; third, the Department of Energy, ranging from $6.3 billion to $9.0 billion.
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