Marino Chairs Subcommittee, Examines Three Regulatory Reform Bills
Washington D.C.—Congressman Tom Marino, PA-10, Lycoming County issued the following statement after chairing the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Regulatory Reform, Commercial and Antitrust Law’s hearing on three critical regulatory reform bills:
“My RAPID Act, along with the Sunshine (for Regulatory Decrees and Settlements) Act and the SCRUB Act are absolutely critical to address this country’s urgent need for job-friendly regulatory reforms. Jobs and economic growth require smart permitting systems and streamlined analysis structures that save money and time. Manufacturers have frozen hiring processes and farmers cite the EPA as one of their biggest burdens; all due to excessive regulation.
Today’s hearing was productive and I am appreciative of the witnesses who testified. I am confident their expertise demonstrated just how effective these three bills will be. I am looking forward to seeing these bills considered in front of the full committee.”