They're sure as hell trying.
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Trump did more than any recent president to pare back regulatory red tape, but the incoming Biden administration is eager to add more.
Who will rein in the ever-expanding administrative state?
Federal agencies evade the rulemaking process, yet still levy fines, revoke permits, and seize property via “guidance.” Trump’s orders may put a stop to this practice.
“It should have been easy for the Court to say goodbye to Auer.”
Chalk it up to use-it-or-lose-it spending.
Without a realistic avenue to complete the project, why would they keep helping pay?
Maybe don't give the other side the rope to hang you with.
The federal "shutdown" doesn't lead to anarchy. It won't even lead to less government spending.
Please don't eat your toys.
It would be ridiculous for the Trump Administration to try to suppress it now.
At least it's not calling for harsher laws-yet.
Former owners are suing for $2 million, accusing agency of violating the rules.
92 percent of the most popular federal government websites just don't work as they should.
Let's focus on overturning existing government policies that undermine security.
Trump rose to power on tweets; maybe tweets will take him down too.
Operation Cross Country X: Everything You Need to Know About the FBI's Annual 'Underage Human Trafficking' Sting In One Chart
Sex workers and their customers made up 72 percent of arrests in this "underage human trafficking" operation. Human traffickers? One percent.
Reupholstering the deck chairs on a sinking ship
Determines Title IX interpretation more than just 'guidance.'
Judge smacks down EEOC attempt to apply federal civil rights law against funeral home.
His legacy will include hundreds of new federal regulations.
Potential pork projects hardest hit.
The constitutional conservative has an ambitious plan to rebalance the separation of powers
The Government Accountability Office wonders if "a cultural shift might be needed" on employee evaluations.
Homeland Security was defined-down even further in the form of a raid on a Kansas City lingerie shop over possible copyright infringement.
'Let us in, but do a better job at keeping others out!'
Unfortunately, there is no shortage of would-be Secretaries of the Future.
This is why you shouldn't accept the FBI's 'just one phone' decryption argument.
Feds don't wear body cameras.
Annual report looks at human-trafficking conviction numbers in America and around the world.
Wants to treat a law passed in 1964 as though it also covers sexual orientation
Encrypt everything - inhibits data breaches and government domestic spying.
Epic government fail, yet no one is responsible.
Office Personnel Management data breach perhaps 18 million - 4X larger than reported, says CNN
Regulations now cost your family nearly $15,000 annually.