New Major Regulations Under Obama
Created on May 23, 2016
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Since January 2009, federal agencies have reported new annual regulatory costs totaling about $112 billion. The highest costs come from the Environmental Protection Agency ($54 billion) and the Department of Transportation ($18 billion). Savings from all reductions in regulatory burdens total only $3.4 billion.
Source: Heritage Foundation calculations based on data provided by individual agencies.
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