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“It’s become an unfortunate tradition of this administration and others to drop these regulatory agendas late on a Friday and right before a holiday.”
The group of regulations is called the Unified Agenda, and it lays out thousands of regulations to be finalized in the coming months.
The White House’s Unified Agenda for fall 2014 contains some 3,415 regulations, 189 of which will cost more than $100 million.
According to the released agenda, the EPA rules to limit greenhouse emissions from new and existing power plants will be finalized in 2015.
Just before the Thanksgiving holiday, the White House quietly released word that it intends to put out 3,400 new regulations next year.
For those who’d like to check out the Obama administration’s proposed new government red tape, released Friday, it’s called the Unified Agenda.
“The administration has been really aggressive on the regulatory front,” Sam Batkins, director of regulatory policy at American Action Forum, a conservative policy institute, told The Daily Signal. “They drop [the Unified Agenda] on a Friday right before a holiday, and no one critical of their regulatory policies will have a chance to criticize it.”