Cost-benefit analysis

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Republicans again have it all wrong as they bring to the House floor the SEC Regulatory Accountability Act, or the so-called SEC "cost-benefit" bill. The bill seeks to not only undo Dodd-Frank, but all financial market regulation past, present, and future.
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Because CBA is so unpopular, it remains off-limits in broad swaths of public policy.
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"Those who criticize our CBAs should be required to provide ... real, verifiable dollars and cents to rebut our analyses
Since then, there has been a major move to increase OIRA's transparency and ensure that cost-benefit analysis is used in
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