January 09, 2017

Congress is back. Here’s what they should do immediately:

Let’s start with real and lasting regulatory reform. And let’s actually get it done.

Why is regulatory reform the top priority in such a historic year?

Because reforming how government bureaucrats regulate free enterprise and cutting down on needless red tape will provide an important boost to the economy and job creation.

And why now?

For the first time in years, there’s bipartisan consensus to regulate smarter. Both President-elect Trump and the new Congress have made out of control regulations a key priority in the first 100 days.

In the coming weeks, Congress will begin considering the Regulatory Accountability Act, a bill to modernize the archaic federal rulemaking process and in doing so, cut down on costs and increase transparency.

But to get the bill passed every member of Congress needs hear from their constituents. That’s where you come in.

Hundreds of national, state, and local chambers and associations joined us in advocating for real regulatory reform in a letter to Speaker Paul Ryan last month.

Will you? They’re voting this week – contact your Representative!

Voters sent a clear message in November. Now it’s time for Congress to demonstrate they heard you.

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