White House wants Suggestions – from FreedomWorks

Right now, the White House has a form that you can fill out that allows you to suggest how you would make the ...federal government better, including which agencies you'd like to eliminate!
This form is open until 11:59 pm THIS Monday, June 12, 2017. According to Regulations.gov, it has only received 300 entries, which is extremely small compared to many other comment periods.

I strongly encourage you to fill this out and make your voice heard and SHARE with your friends and family. Listed below is a link as well as 5 reform suggestions the FreedomWorks Foundation will be submitting. Feel free to copy these suggestions and add your own.
Thank you.
Click here: https://www.whitehouse.gov/reorganizing-the-executive-branch
Patrick Hedger
Foundation Program Manager
FreedomWorks Foundation
Foundation Reform Suggestions:

All new regulations (excluding rule-changes that repeal existing regulations) should include sunset/review provisions.

All applications for federal permits (think Keystone XL) should be subject to time limits. If after X-amount of days a decision is not made, the permit should automatically be approved. (6th amendment guarantees right to speedy trial to criminals, why should law-abiding citizens be forced to wait?)

All Cost-Benefit analysis data and methods should be public records and should only consider PRIMARY effects on regulated entities, not "co-benefits." (EPA has frequently used this tactic to justify their most expensive regulations)

End Ex-Post Facto Regulation. Agencies may not justify previous actions based on rule-changes made after they take an action.

Streamline public petitioning for
rule-changes through the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA). (currently petition requirements and submission centers are disparate among the various agencies)--

Requirements for cost benefit analysis on significant rules should apply to all federal rulemaking bodies, including independent agencies.

Establish risk-based priorities when developing agency regulatory agendas. Agencies should have to allocate their resources only to those activities that present a real, identifiable threat to the public.

Cost-benefit and risk assessment analyses and decisions should be included in the rulemaking file for purposes of judicial review.

Enact a regulatory budget that would require agencies to keep regulatory costs within limits established for specific agencies and the government as a whole, much like a budget establishes limits on spending.


Click here: https://www.whitehouse.gov/reorganizing-the-executive-branch

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