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Smart Regulation in a Post-COVID-19 Economy


April 2020 | Committee for Economic Development

The COVID-19 pandemic has put regulation front and center in every American’s life. The link between regulation, public safety, and the economy has never been put into such stark relief. This Solutions Brief provides background on regulation and examines its impact on two sectors impacted by COVID-19: health care, and small businesses. It outlines key considerations for our nation’s leaders as they work to combat the COVID-19 crisis and establish smart regulations for a post-COVID-19 economy.



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