Regulatory Accountability Act

Meanwhile, Congress is considering a bill that would make it harder to write regulations.
WASHINGTON -- The House passed a measure Tuesday to dramatically restrict the government's ability to enact any significant
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.
What's at stake here is nothing less than the system of public protections -- built up over the past six decades -- that led to dramatic improvements in air and water quality, food and product safety, and public health.