Defeating Anti-Regulatory Legislation
Conservatives in Congress are working hard to undermine the standards and safeguards that protect American workers, consumers and families from harm.
Lawmakers have put forth a series of legislative proposals that would bury federal agencies under a host of new procedural and analytical requirements and paralyze their work. Other measures would upend fundamental principles of administrative law that form the basis of our system of public protections.
If even one these bills were to become law, our food, air, water, homes, workplaces and pocketbooks – not to mention our economy – would be in serious jeopardy.
CSS and 20 Groups Oppose the GOOD Act (9/29/23)
CSS Opposes the Stop Settlement Slush Funds Act of 2023 (H.R. 788) (6/28/23)
CSS Opposes the Early Participation in Regulations Act (S. 1419) and the Setting Manageable Analysis Requirements in Text Act (S. 1420) (5/14/19)
CSS Opposes the Good Act (S. 380) (2/11/19)
CSS Opposes the Guidance Out of Darkness (GOOD) Act (H.R. 4809) (7/13/18)
CSS Opposes the Affordable Retirement Advice Protection Act (H.R. 4293) and the Strengthening Access to Valuable Education and Retirement Support Act (H.R. 4294) (2/1/16)
CSS Opposes the Secret Science Reform Act of 2015, S. 544 (4/27/15)
CSS Opposes the Small Business Paperwork Relief Act of 2015, S. 86 (3/3/15)
CSS Opposes the Federal Permitting Improvement Act of 2013, S. 1397 (3/24/14)
CSS Supports the Government Settlement Transparency and Reform Act, S. 1654 (12/10/13)
CSS Opposes the Regulatory Flexibility Improvements Act (RFIA) of 2013 (6/27/13)
Coalition Sign-On Letter Against the “Red Tape Reduction and Small Business Job Creation Act” (H.R. 4078) (7/23/12)
CSS Opposes the “Red Tape Reduction and Small Business Job Creation Act” (H.R. 4078) (6/18/12)
CSS Opposes H.R. 4078, the “Regulatory Freeze Act” (3/16/12)