Rule Change

Friday, September 03, 2004

Since the Bush Administration took power three and a half years ago, it has drastically reshaped federal policy on health, worker safety, the environment, and energy. But many of these changes have gone unnoticed, largely because they have been instituted as regulation, rather than legislation. The Washington Post recently published an extensive three-part series exploring the administration’s anti-regulatory agenda. Reporter Rick Weiss contributed to the series, and talks with Brooke about the difficulties of covering regulation.

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