April 29, 1999
GORR reports on its progress and says there's more to come
The number of new state regulations has been cut in half since Governor Pataki created the Governor's Office of Regulatory Reform, a new report from GORR says.
"We'll keep slashing away at the tangle of red tape so often involved in government bureaucracy," David S. Bradley, GORR's acting director, said.
Two new reports from GORR examine recent reforms in regulations and permits. A third new report, the Environmental Real Estate Assessment Guide, is also available.