April 1977
National Review;4/1/1977, Vol. 29 Issue 12, p402
The article reflects on the legislative bill promoted by Republican Senator Charles Percy, Senator Abraham Ribicoff and Robert Byrd. The bill was a solution to increasing complaints on regulatory agencies. The author believes that the bill, The Regulatory Reform Act, when put into action, will bring change and improvement in all regulatory agencies of the country.


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