An Op-Ed in today’s Detroit News cites Russ Harding, senior environmental policy analyst, regarding Gov. Rick Snyder’s approach to regulatory reform.

“As I talk to businesses around the state, which I do frequently, this, to many businesses, is the No. 1 issue,” Harding told The News. “And it’s not getting much attention.”

Mackinac Center President Joseph G. Lehman addressed this issue in this recent commentary, and Harding has crafted a blueprint for regulatory reform. Harding also has been appointed by Gov. Snyder to the Occupational Licensing Advisory Rules Committee, which will help the Office of Regulatory Reinvention examine state-mandated professional licensing requirements.


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