Regulations

Excessive and unnecessary regulations prevent people from starting businesses or getting good jobs, or finding the opportunities they desperately need. Unfortunately for hardworking Americans trying to succeed, the number of government regulations has skyrocketed in recent years.

This ever-growing regulatory burden has a disproportionate negative impact on small businesses, which have been a leading driver of recent job creation. In fact, more businesses are now dying than starting for the first time in a generation.

From the Affordable Care Act to Dodd-Frank, newly enacted regulations are estimated to reduce the number of people in the workforce by millions over the next decade. Less employment means less opportunity and fewer chances for the least fortunate to succeed. That’s unacceptable.

It’s time to reel back regulations that force employers to spend time and money complying with unnecessary red tape instead of hiring workers and creating value for consumers. This requires restricting the power of unaccountable bureaucrats in Washington and stopping them from squeezing out entrepreneurs, small businesses and local institutions with onerous regulations.

Only by breaking down these barriers can we ensure a growing economy, increasing prosperity and well-being for everyone.


Dec 14, 2017

FCC ‘Net Neutrality’ Vote Restores Internet Freedom

Arlington, VA – Freedom Partners Chamber of Commerce today applauds the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) vote to roll back Obama-era Internet regulations commonly known as ‘net neutrality.’ Freedom Partners executive vice president…

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Nov 21, 2017

Freedom Partners Applauds FCC’s Proposed Repeal of Counterproductive Net Neutrality Rules

Arlington, VA — Freedom Partners applauds the efforts of Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai for pushing forward a plan to roll back Obama-era FCC internet regulations, more widely known as net…

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Oct 25, 2017

CFPB’s Arbitration Rule Was Never About Helping Consumers

Arlington, VA — The U.S. Senate today voted under the Congressional Review Act (CRA) to repeal the Consumer Federal Protection Bureau (CFPB) “arbitration rule,” sending the resolution to the President’s desk…

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Oct 16, 2017

Trump, Pruitt Move to Confront Special Interests Hijacking Federal Rulemaking Process

“The days of regulation through litigation are over.” — EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt Arlington, VA — The Trump administration today announced that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) led by Administrator Scott Pruitt will issue…

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