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Friday
May202011

Project 21's Borelli on Strauss-Kahn Scandal, Regulatory Language and NYFD Budget Cuts

On the 5/19/11 edition of “The Willis Report” on the Fox Business Network, Project 21 fellow Deneen Borelli discusses the rape investigation that brought down International Monetary Fund head Dominique Strauss-Kahn, legislation to put regulatory language in “plain English” and proposed budget cuts in New York City that may close the firehouse used in the movie “Ghostbusters.” Deneen points out the bigger-picture problems of overspending and overregulation in the latter two cases.

Joining Deneen in the discussion are host Gerri Willis, talk radio host Ben Ferguson and legal analyst Clint David.

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