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Topic - Randy Rabinowitz
"We've been disappointed that Obama has been a tepid regulator" in his first term, Ms. Rabinowitz said, adding that she hopes the administration "moves more vigorously to protect the public from harm" in a second term.
Randy Rabinowitz, director of regulatory policy at OMB Watch, a private group that tracks federal rules, said regulations now being released are long overdue — in some cases months or even years after federal guidelines say they should have been published.