U.S.: The good and bad on regulation
19 Dec 2016

In his Dec. 14 op-ed, “Vanquishing the red-tape monster,” Philip K. Howard wrote about performance-based regulatory “reform” but did not discuss what many in industry really want: no regulations. Since that’s unlikely, even with a President Trump, industry wants rules to be as prescriptive as possible to provide “regulatory certainty.” That allows them to do the bare minimum and enjoy the safe harbor offered by compliance.

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