Health Care, Law & Principles

Hearing explores state costs to comply with federal regulations

November 3, 2015

At the Oklahoma State Capitol on Oct. 21, an interim study met for a hearing exploring the state costs to comply with federal regulations as it relates to the Oklahoma Department of Transportation, the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality, the Oklahoma Health Care Authority, and the Oklahoma Department of Human Services.

According to the request for interim study 15-027, the hearing was put together to explore the following:

OCPA’s Trent England was present at the hearing to talk about the harmful, long-term, and sometimes intangible costs of the centralization of regulation on public policy from a constitutional perspective.

A recording of entire hearing is available here. If you would just like to listen to Trent England’s testimony, fast forward the recording to about 2:28:00.