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The Com­pet­i­tive En­ter­prise In­sti­tute has re­leased a handy guide for law­mak­ers and ev­ery­one else, and the ti­tle ex­plains all: “Free to Pros­per: A Pro-Growth Agenda for the 116th Congress.” The ad­vice from the non­profit group is straight­for­ward: Re­duce fed­eral regulations and pros­per­ity will fol­low.

“The gov­er­nance of Amer­i­can life has been handed over to an op­er­at­ing sys­tem that sub­tly and per­versely drives in­di­vid­u­als’ be­hav­ior away from their own de­ci­sions. Unac­count­able reg­u­la­tory agen­cies dom­i­nate how we live, work, play, build, travel, pre­pare food, and heal one an­other,” notes CEI Pres­i­dent Kent Lass­man, who adds that over-reg­u­la­tion dis­cour­ages com­mon­sense de­ci­sions.

The free, 177-page ad­vi­sory is avail­able at CEI.org.

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