There’s a new report that suggests ways to get some of Wisconsin’s 160-thousand regulations off the books.
The Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty released the report yesterday. It says Wisconsin has more rules created by bureaucrats than any other Great Lakes state. Some of those rules go back to the 1950s. WILL says lawmakers need to push for more transparency, built-in sunsets on new regulations, and a demand that emergency rules only focus on one thing at a time.
The report says Wisconsin’s regulations are a drag on private businesses and families across the state.