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Above the Fold Regulatory Reform

EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt speaking at the White House.
WOTUS would force farmers, small businesses, and other land owners to get costly federal permits.
Sean Hackbarth
Postcards from Main Street on Regreform
Business owners lend their voices to reducing regulations that keep them from creating jobs.
Sarah Keller
Ditch next to a planted field.
The Waters of the U.S. rule amounted to a massive grab of regulatory authority.
Sean Hackbarth
EPA headquarters.
Congress should still pass a delay of attainment designations to 2025.
Sean Hackbarth
Senator Orrin Hatch, a Republican from Utah, listens to testimony during a Senate Finance Committee hearing. Photographer: Pete Marovich/Bloomberg

For a top Senator Orrin Hatch, the answer lies in smarter, more effective federal regulations.

Heather McPherson
Pedestrians walk past the U.S. Treasury building in Washington, D.C. Photographer: Mannie Garcia/Bloomberg News

Main Street depends on financial services to receive capital, expand, hire, and succeed.

David Hirschmann
Employee Amy Merritt prepares a flower arrangement at Flowers By Julia in Princeton, Illinois.
If there's progress on taxes, infrastructure, regulatory reform, and other issues, businesses will invest and grow.
Sean Hackbarth
MetLife Index Cover

The MetLife & U.S. Chamber of Commerce Small Business Index is a new national quarterly survey of small business owners.

J.D. Harrison