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Holding Us Back: Regulation of the U.S. Manufacturing Sector

As the momentum builds in Washington for reform"to make regulations smarter, simpler and streamlined " the NAM is out with a new study that demonstrates the urgent need for change.

To download 107-page NAM report, please click here.

The Cost of Doing Business Today America depends on small businesses, and the 56 million Americans who work for them. But government regulations are making it harder for businesses to grow and Americans to work. Rules that should help our communities thrive are instead making life harder for job creators, workers and their families. From regulatory reform to business tax modernization, our pro-growth agenda is advancing the priorities and policies that will allow our industry to thrive and create jobs. Learn more about the NAM's Power of Small campaign. Rethink Red Tape is a diverse coalition of organizations and individuals who believe the federal government's regulatory process must be reformed so important goals like public health, environmental protection and consumer safety are better balanced with the need to encourage more entrepreneurship and economic growth. Learn more at RethinkRedTape.com.

Source: NAM (National Association of Manufacturers) - GAI



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