Federal regulations can sometimes stifle small business growth and development, which our current administration has recognized and has initiated the process of reducing regulatory burdens on small businesses. Current regulations have created excessive red tape, and plans to reduce excessive government involvement in the daily affairs of small businesses cannot be accomplished without understanding the unnecessary costs involved. The U.S. House of Representatives Committee on the Budget found that 30 times as many regulations as laws have been promulgated, costing American businesses about $2 trillion annually.
An employee from the Pleasant View School in Providence has informed Young of high rates of breast cancer and other cancers in this school. A foundation crack that may have been releasing toxins has also been reported. Young said, “I want to voice a request for investigation into the high rate of breast cancer among the teachers at this school as well the other schools constructed on toxic land and or dumps. I also seek testing of what is reported to be a failing ventilation system for PCBs and other toxins at the Pleasant View School.” D.E.M has confirmed that the Pleasant View School was built on a dump, also that trash was used to level the property off for the construction of the Pleasant View School.
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