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Welcome back the Obama administration has quietly released its long overdue regulatory agenda and regulation watchdogs across the spectrum.
There's something unpleasant expensive and burdensome.
But just about every one Shannon Bream live in Washington now -- and what do we know about the regulatory agenda the Obama administration has played.
Whether it's important to note this was released on the Friday afternoon before the Christmas holidays and the fact is under the law the president and the administration essentially.
Is required to release the regulatory agenda twice the year April and October that never happened last year.
There are a number of senators and congressmen and women who spoke up saying.
The White House is breaking the law by not letting businesses and people out there know what they're cooking up -- the regulatory agenda we did get it that Friday before Christmas.
Those about a chance to look into an estimated this way they say the regulations that are on tap for 2013.
What an estimated cost of one point 0123.
Point two billion dollars and -- paperwork burden of about thirteen point six million hours that's what it will cost in time an Africa.
To have employees go through and make sure that businesses are complying with these regulations itself from the EPA to the Department of Labor and beyond there is something in there for everyone -- wild 123 point two billion that what is the real life impact of these regulations.
The -- dozens of federal agencies have the power to issue these rules they go through a vetting process often though they're approved before of the people who know that will be impacted by it.
Even know anything about it of course many of these will be watching this year will be related to the president's health care law but already.
The administration is very far behind on releasing.
Many of the regulations from that loss of the people will know what they need to do to comply -- -- to a couple of legal experts about this -- got to remember.
Regulators are incredibly powerful because these regulations have often civil and criminal penalties built -- They impact everything from what you pay for something got control of your living conditions are working conditions what you can even do with your private property your religious freedom so many other places.
So folks should keep a close eye on it and out by the way in the last ninety days or so this administration has released.
Proposed roughly 6000 new federal regulations -- can't -- -- -- there thank you Shannon and by the way aren't you Florida Gator.
I actually S seminal so we want this week I might sympathies with the gators it'd make it less I thank you CNN -- -- --
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