A couple of weeks back we reproved groups that complained about the Environmental Protection Agency’s contest calling for videos to urge the public to become involved in the regulatory process. (Video Contest? This Time, Let’s Give the EPA a Break) The EPA wasn’t asking for the best propaganda video extolling regulations, it was seeking videos that illustrated bout how regulations affect the individual.
And Regulations.gov is a good site, too!
Our conclusion: “To those of our friends roughing up the EPA, better to go after the regulatory excesses than this unobjectionable contest. Our suggestion: Make the video, make the case.”
And that’s exactly what the Competitive Enterprise Institute did, entertainingly so. Excellent job.
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