overregulation

o·ver·reg·u·late

 (ō′vər-rĕg′yə-lāt′)
tr.v. o·ver·reg·u·lat·ed, o·ver·reg·u·lat·ing, o·ver·reg·u·lates
To burden excessively with rules and regulations: did not want to overregulate the airlines.

o′ver·reg′u·la′tion n.

overregulation

(ˌəʊvəˌrɛɡjʊˈleɪʃən)
n
the excessive application of rules and regulations
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In my meetings with Tennessee bankers and credit unions, I continue to hear how Washingtons overregulation has meant endless paperwork, less access to home loans for worthy borrowers, and more expensive credit.
If it really wants to break the cycle of unemployment and poverty, Ortiz-Luis said the government 'should put a stop to the overregulation of the labor market.
This kind of frustration is with lawmakers and regulators who may be guilty of overregulation, which is ultimately a political issue.
According to the party, during the government's year in power, a non-transparent decision-making culture has increased in Estonia, while overregulation and wastefully spending taxpayer money have intensified.
Regarding the issue of the management of beaches, the minister said the government intends to deal with the problem of overregulation and fragmentation of jurisdictions.
The Texas Medical Association, which represents more than 50,000 physicians and medical students, supports the bill and views the tests as burdensome, expensive and an unnecessary overregulation of medicine.
New research from the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) shows that overregulation increasingly costs small business owners time, effort and money.
These rules are yet another example of the previous administration's preference for government solutions to every problem and its affinity for overregulation and bureaucratic red tape," Hatch said in a statement.
They say the skills to which it asks providers to attest are "common to all women's health care providers" and that providers "already give women the information they need" (Statement by Gynuity, "Experts Call for an End to Overregulation of Mifepristone," 2/22/17 at gynuity.
Adding more bureaucracy at a time when credit unions are already disappearing at a rapid clip due largely to massive overregulation is counterproductive and counterintuitive.
Moreover, a significant portion of the respondents highlighted poor infrastructure, facilities and overregulation, as well as lack of proper policy implementation as detrimental for both existing investors and new investors in Pakistan," it said.
However, in our opinion, overregulation is a fault of government at all levels and this is something that must be tackled in Cardiff Bay, Westminster and Brussels.