Analysis

Pa. GOP Reg Rollback May Have Legs Despite Unclear Need

Law360, Philadelphia (January 22, 2018, 5:56 PM EST) -- After a set of Pennsylvania Republican legislators recently launched a push for a dramatic regulatory rollback — with environmental enforcement squarely in the crosshairs — aimed at making the state more favorable to business, experts have questioned the need for this initiative but say that anything is possible in a year where politicians could face sharp incentives to make a deal.

In advance of the General Assembly resuming action on Monday, House State Government Committee Chair Daryl Metcalfe, R-Butler, unveiled a nine-page "2017-18 Regulatory Overreach Report" that purportedly is the product of a year of hearings and research. The report cites...

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