The bill aims to eliminate overly-burdensome red tape and regulations in order to lift unnecessary burdens on hardworking Americans and to promote jobs, innovation, and economic growth.
The Regulatory Accountability Act of 2017 is strong, bipartisan reform to solve the problem of overreaching, ill-considered, insufficiently checked-and-balanced federal regulation. It brings together six separate reform bills that have already passed the House with bipartisan support in previous Congresses. Collectively, its provisions would:
Require agencies to choose the lowest-cost rulemaking alternative that meets statutory objectives and require greater opportunity for public input and vetting of critical information‚Äîespecially for major and billion-dollar rules. (Title I‚ÄîRegulatory Accountability Act)
Repeal the Chevron and Auer doctrines to end judicial deference to bureaucrats‚Äô statutory and regulatory interpretations. (Title II‚ÄîSeparation of Powers Restoration Act)
Require agencies to account for the direct, indirect, and cumulative impacts of new regulations on small businesses‚Äîand find flexible ways to reduce them. (Title III‚ÄîSmall Business Regulatory Flexibility Improvements Act)
Prohibit new billion-dollar rules from taking effect until courts can resolve timely-filed litigation challenging their promulgation. (Title IV‚ÄîREVIEW Act)
Force agencies to publish online, timely information about regulations in development and their expected nature, costs, and timing. (Title V‚ÄîALERT Act)
Publish plain-language, online summaries of new proposed rules, so the public can understand what agencies actually propose to do. (Title VI‚ÄîProviding Accountability Through Transparency Act)
SVO POSITION: SUPPORT
STATUS: Hearings held in Committee on Small Business & Entrepreneurship on March 29, 2017
San José is the 10th largest city in the United States, yet it is stuck in the 1980’s with a management structure more suited for small cities. In times of crisis, we need government to be nimble, responsive, and accountable to the community for results and to bring local government into the 21st century. As we face the greatest series of crises in our lifetime – a global pandemic and the deepest economic recession since the great recession – we must have the people’s choice, an elected Accountable Mayor, be directly responsible for the city.
As of June 5th, San Jose Al Fresco is in full swing allowing businesses to utilize sidewalks to conduct business during shelter-in-place. The City of San Jose is now accepting applications, and it's FREE to apply! Once your application is submitted, you will be able to start utilizing the space in front of your business immediately, as long as you meet the terms and conditions described in the application. We put together some simple FAQ's about how you can participate in San Jose Al Fresco, and all the thing you need to know before applying!
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