White House: Which Business Regulations Are Burdensome?

The White House is asking businesses to help with regulatory reform by telling them which regulations are burdensome

On July 18, 2012, The White House opened up its regulatory reform effort to the public, launching a website for tips on how the government can streamline or eliminate regulations.

In 2011 the President directed all executive agencies to undertake an unprecedented government-wide review of regulations on the books, in order to figure out what is working and what is not and where appropriate, to streamline or eliminate ineffective, overly burdensome and outdated rules.

Over two dozen agencies responded with regulatory reform plans, listing more than 800 initiatives. The Administration is now asking for businesses to send them comments identifying burdensome regulations.