C. Jarrett Dieterle is director of commercial freedom policy and a senior fellow for the R Street Institute. His research and writing focus on regulatory affairs, alcohol policy, occupational licensing and other commercial freedom issues. He also oversees the institute’s postal, labor, and disintermediation policy programs.
Source: https://www.consumerfinance.gov/ Over the past few days, the D.C. news cycle has been dominated by the palace intrigue over who should be properly recognized as acting director of the Consumer… Read More
Rep. John Ratcliffe’s (R-TX) Separation of Powers Restoration Act was introduced early this year. Unlike some bills, the act’s title precisely encapsulates its purpose: restoring the power disparity… Read More
Earlier this month, Presidential Donald J. Trump signed into law the Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act, which strengthened sanctions against Russia, North Korea, and Iran. While some observers speculated… Read More
By Jarrett Dieterle Rep. Mark Meadows recently introduced H.R. 2623, which would codify President Donald Trump’s “two-out-one-in” deregulatory executive order. That order requires agencies to eliminate… Read More
By Jarrett Dieterle David Schoenbrod writes in the Wall Street Journal: Candidate Donald Trump vowed to spur economic growth by freeing businesses from burdensome regulation. President Trump… Read More
The Wall Street Journal’s lead editorial from April 18, “Trump’s Deregulation Project,” applauded President Donald Trump’s early deregulatory moves, such as issuing Executive Order 13771 and whacking Obama-era… Read More