Posted by | December 7, 2011 09:22 | Filed under: Top Stories

David Brooks has the data. It turns out there was a much more regulatory nature in recent Republican administrations.

During the final year of their administrations, presidents generally issue tons of new rules. Nineteen-eighty-eight, under Ronald Reagan, 1992, under George H.W. Bush and 2008, under George W. Bush, were monster years for new regulations. In his first years, Obama has not increased regulatory costs more than Reagan and the Bushes did in their final years.

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