Lawmakers propose they hold approval rights on agency rules costing $10 million or more

Republican lawmakers in Wisconsin have revived the so-called REINS Act, which would require legislative approval for any agency rule that would cost businesses or taxpayers more than $10 million. Opponents argue it devalues state agency expertise and opens up rules to politics, lobbyists, and partisan gridlock.  >  Wisconsin Public Radio

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