Earlier this week, the Obama administration announced the results of an eight-month government-wide review designed to reduce the regulatory impact on business. Every federal department was ordered to put forward a plan to do away with red tape. An interesting article in the National Review explains why the real impact of this effort will likely have a very minimal impact on reducing the regulatory burden on business. All of this follows President Obama's recent visit to Illinois where he dismissed farmers' concerns about excessive regulations as "rumors ginned up by lobbyists and associations in D.C." Check out Daren Coppock's blog on Regulatory Rumors. We're interested in hearing what you think. Reply to this discussion post or submit a comment to Daren's blog post.