Regulatory Improvement

Regulatory Improvement

ACCF Center for Policy Research Roundtable on Regulatory Improvement

On Nov. 16, the American Council for Capital Formation Center for Policy Research hosted a Capitol Hill roundtable discussion in the Senate Dirksen Office Building on “Improving the Federal Regulatory System: Promoting Transparency, Accountability, and Scientific Integrity.”

ACCF Addresses Regulatory Improvement at NCSL

At the National Conference of State Legislatures’ Annual Meeting in Chicago, ACCF Vice President of Policy and General Counsel Tim Doyle participated in a...

Letter to Editor: Market-Limiting State in Lean and Fat Times

Published in The Wall Street Journal

Daniel Yergin’s “Markets Run into Skepticism—and Regulators” (op-ed, July 19) mentions that 30% of the U.S. economy is from foreign trade which supports 41 million U.S. jobs. At what cost?

The Case for Cutting Red Tape

Published in Morning Consult

The growing accumulation of federal rules that increasingly govern every facet of American life is a disturbing trend that holds consequences both for individual liberties and the health of the U.S. economy.

ACCF Convenes Bipartisan Regulatory Improvement Group

The ACCF convened a small bipartisan group on June 22, comprised of a diverse cross-section of organizations, associations, and coalitions to discuss improving the federal regulatory system. Specifically, the focus was on the policy and politics of regulatory improvement efforts at the federal level, similar activities occurring at the state level, and ideas regarding working together to partner with the new Administration and Congress.

Unleashing the Global Competitiveness of the U.S.

Published in Real Clear Policy

Following the World Economic Forum’s wrap up of its recent annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland, U.S. policymakers should return with strategies for strengthening America’s economic growth and augmenting our global competitiveness

Letter: ACCF Applauds Senate Regulations Caucus

It’s time to rein in the federal regulatory bureaucracy, so that U.S. businesses can grow, invest, innovate, create jobs, and compete globally. The ACCF looks forward to working with the Senate Regulations Caucus to achieve these important goals. In particular, we stand ready to act as a key resource in this critical effort.