Beyond the Administrative State

The U.S. Constitution created three independent branches of government, each with exclusive powers within its constitutional domain.  Yet, Congress, of its own volition, gave the agencies of the administrative state the power to make the major policy decisions that Congress was supposed to make as representatives of the people.  The result is today’s nearly $2 trillion-a-year regulatory compliance burden.  The only effective way to reduce the flow of law-making power to the executive branch is to force Congress to return to the role that the Framers intended.  Is this really possible?  What are the implications?  And how is it likely to play out?  We’ll show you.

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