Wayne Crews

How the president can unilaterally limit the impact of regulations

Wayne Crews joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that while a president has to go through Congress as a practice to create new regulations that stick, but he doesn’t have to ask permission to limit the impact of existing regulations.

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Wayne Crews joins Jim Blasingame to report on the upcoming tax reform bill that adds a new tax level for small businesses, and therefore, could give the IRS a new lever against small business decision-making.
Wayne Crews joins Jim Blasingame to reveal examples of when and how government regulators use their own political ideology to promulgate and enforce laws into regulations.
Wayne Crews joins Jim Blasingame to report on the unaccountable Consumer Finance Protection Bureau, which has great power but is unaccountable to neither the executive branch or Congress.
Wayne Crews joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that President Trump cannot end Obamacare at the executive level, but he can do things like fix the FCC challenges to the Internet that Obama created.
Wayne Crews joins Jim Blasingame to report on new regulations reform in Congress that would require budget evaluation of any new regulation before it’s put in service by an agency.