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Coglianese Launches Penn Program on Regulation
to Evaluate Government Performance
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Wendy Lee Gramm, regulatory czar under President Reagan, describes the challenges she faced at the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs. A number of her peers took their turns at the microphone including (left to right) James Miller, Sally Katzen, John Spotila, and John Graham. On the far left is Prof. Cary Coglianese, who organized the forum.
The air we breathe, the water we drink, the airlines we fly, the banks to which we entrust our money and the hospitals in which we stay to regain health — almost all facets of life are subject to regulation.

And only when government considers the economic, environmental and financial impact of its actions can informed legal decisions result.
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