Government is increasingly creating rules to govern every aspect of American life. IWF analysts
expose how these regulations create a costly burden on our economy, discouraging entrepreneurship
and job creation, and result in a less free, less civilly engaged society.
Proposed EPA Regs Would Affect Climate by Eighteen-Thousandths of a Degree by 2100 — and Cost U.S. Economy $51 Billion Annually
The EPA’s Shoddy Math
$34 Billion in New Regulations under Wraps
No Playing Around
Has Political Virtue Become a Fashion Statement?
The Energy Biz: Getting Pumped Up Over Local Solutions
Braiding: When Small Businesses Get Tied in Knots by State Licensing Authorities
Paid Leave and Employee Morale
Americans have more confidence in small businesses than in big business • Cavuto
New Battlefront in Business: Uber & Lyft Meet Government Regulation
Scaling Back Government Licensing Regulations to Spur Opportunities
Abolishing Occupational Licensing Won't Eliminate the Wage Gap
Govt needs to stop adding & start cutting regulations to help Americans • Forbes on Fox
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New Regulations Hose Charity Car Washes in Virginia
Paid Menstrual Leave?
Do Working Mothers Need a Licensing Fairness Act?
Is EPA becoming a "rouge agency" trying to block government oversight? • Forbes on Fox
Cutting Spending Doesn’t Cut Jobs, but Government Regulations Do
Regulators: Eyeing the Web
IWF Joins Coalition Letter Opposing Federal Ban on Internet Gambling
“Paycheck Fairness Act” All About Helping Lawyers
Should It Have Been Called "Red Tape Day"?
Driven Out of Business
City Regulations Take a Bite Out of Big Apple Restaurants
California Leavin: Anywhere but the Golden State
The Pilot Shortage Made in Congress
Kutcher on Entrenched Monopolies and Regulatory Bullying
The Kid Cupcake Shutdown
Gunlock • Why a New Anti Food Industry Documentary Is Misleading • Cam & Company (01.28.14)
Government Strangles U.S. Growth
California Wage Hike Is Not Only Bad Policy, It’s Also Unjust
Feds Use Six Flags Tragedy as Their Ticket to Regulate
DOL on a Mission to Crush Entrepreneurship
California: Food-Borne Illness, Yes; Plastic Bags, No
Government Regulations Hinder Economic Growth
Working Families Flexibility Act Would Give Workers More Options
The Kinder Egg Kerfuffle
OneNewsNow: Targeting Sodas Won't Eliminate Obesity
Who Pays for Free Breast Pumps?
Government Mandating How You Spend Your Private Time
Regulations for Thee but Not for Me
West Virginia Dems: Back Off EPA
New CAFE standards a burden for car industry, consumers
Secretary of State Clinton Endorses Loosening Regulations on Businesses…in Tunisia, Egypt, and Libya
Regulations Strangling American Global Competitiveness
New York Post: Morning-after Backlash