Monday, November 26, 2012

The coming "perfect storm of regulation"


President Obama's re-election would normally mean there is no need to be concerned about "midnight regulations,” the surge in regulatory activity that occurs during the lame duck period of an outgoing presidential administration. However, according to insiders and experts on regulation, we may yet witness a post-election spike in rule-making that is similar to what we have historically seen after the Oval Office changed hands. Welcome to Washington, where even broad daylight can be made to appear like midnight.
If you have an adequate emotional reserve -- we do not need our entrepreneurs to bum out, or anything -- read the whole thing.

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