The CEI's "week in regulation" post is up. Here are a couple of the bullets:
Who is regulating the regulators?
Rules are called “economically significant” if they have costs of $100 million or more in a given year. One such rule was published last week, for a total of eight so far in 2013.
The total compliance costs of this year’s economically significant regulations ranges from $2.532 billion to $4.810 billion.
Last week, 1,975 new pages were added to the 2013 Federal Register, for a total of 11,554 pages. At its current pace, the 2013 Federal Register will run 90,110 pages.