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Examining Federal Rulemaking Challenges and Areas of Improvement Within the Existing Regulatory Process

Subcommittee Hearing

Location: SD-342, Dirksen Senate Office Building



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Member Statements

Agenda

The regulatory state has expanded since the creation of the Administrative Procedure Act in 1946, placing an increasingly untenable burden on American businesses.  The Subcommittee plans to hold a series of hearings throughout the 114th Congress that address issues surrounding the regulatory process: in this hearing, the Subcommittee examined today’s rulemaking processes, and how these processes affect the quality, structure, efficiency, and accountability of agency rulemaking.

Witnesses

  • The Honorable  John Graham
    Dean, Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs
    Former Director, Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs
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  • Neil Eisner
    Senior Fellow, Administrative Conference of the United States
    Former Assistant General Counsel, Regulation and Enforcement, U.S. Department of Transportation
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  • Drew Greenblatt
    President and Owner, Marlin Steel Wire Products, LLC
    Executive Board Member, National Association of Manufacturers
    Download Testimony (335.8 KB)
  • Pamela Gilbert
    Partner, Cuneo Gilbert & LaDuca, LLP
    Former Executive Director, Consumer Product Safety Commission
    Download Testimony (84.9 KB)