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07/09/2015
New Economic Report Shows Chicago Area Will Be Hit Hard By Obama Ozone Standard

Report Confirms Concerns of State/Local Leaders Washington D.C., – A new report released today by the Center for Regulatory Solutions (CRS), a project of the Small Business Entrepreneurship Council (SBE Council), provides new economic data revealing the economic pain the ...

06/15/2015
New Internet Regulations Spell Trouble for Innovation and Small Businesses

By Karen Kerrigan Today the Open Internet Order of the Federal Communications Commission officially hit the broadband industry. The impact of this change will not be immediately obvious to all who use the Internet, but over time the crippling regulations ...

06/10/2015
Statement for the record by Karen Kerrigan, President and CEO Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council

Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works Full Committee Business Meeting to Consider S. 1140, “The Federal Water Quality Protection Act” June 10, 2015 The Small Business and Entrepreneurship Council (SBE Council) and its entrepreneur and small business members are ...

06/02/2015
Will EPA’s Ozone Ambitions Reveal More Collaboration with Green Groups?

By Karen Kerrigan The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s collusion with environmental groups and other activist organizations was spotlighted recently by a New York Times investigation into the controversial Waters of the United States (WOTUS) regulation. But this is just one ...

05/27/2015
WOTUS Rule: Egregious Example of Obama Administration’s Regulatory Overreach

Rule proves President flouted key principles of transparency, scientific integrity and accountability Washington, DC— Karen Kerrigan, President of the Center for Regulatory Solutions, a project of the Small Business and Entrepreneurship Council, issued the following statement in response to the ...

12/17/2013
Improving the Regulatory Process

The World Bank found it’s easier to start a new business in Portugal, Romania, Panama, Hungary and Belarus than in the U.S. 84% of Americans believe there are too many special interests involved in shaping government regulations Federal regulatory costs ...


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