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  • Lunch with Heritage Online Chat on Regulations

    America is drowning in a torrent of red tape. According to our new report, there have been 15 new major regulations issued in just the first six months of the 2011 fiscal year and a total of $38 billion in new annual regulatory costs since the start of the Obama Administration. Click here to join the chat! We are joined Heritage Expert Diane Katz and she is taking your questions about the Regulatory State, how it affects our lives, and what can be done about. Be sure to also check out the blog series Tales of the Red Tape for more information. Leave your questions in the form below.

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    6 Responses to Lunch with Heritage Online Chat on Regulations

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    2. BenInTheUSA says:

      If the government wants revenue, there are potentially trillions of dollars within small businesses and corporations that can go into imediate circulation, hiring people, reinvesting in the business, expansion ans so much more. ALl of this economic potential is locked up in stiff federal regulations.

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    5. Richard Gates says:

      Thank you Diane for an insightful chat session. Yo didn't get to my cmment, but the others on the chat asked some great questions, and your answers were very helpful.

    6. Bobbie says:

      excellent chat!

      If the government wants more revenue, why are there people "tax exempt?" And when will they be paying their share as should've been the first consideration?!

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