Definitions

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  • adj. Of or pertaining to deregulation

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Examples

  • As amusing as it may be to see the Magic Bus of Manchester plying its trade, it's not so funny to recall the deregulatory chaos that brought it into being.

    The Guardian World News

  • At a policy level, Bernanke's record represents the kind of deregulatory posture that, again, Brown campaigned against (and, in the House, voted against) during most of his career.

    David Sirota: Moving the Senate Banking Committee to "No" on Bernanke

  • An article here this last week mentioned all the regulatory moves being slipped past everyone right now by Bush before he (hopefully) exists .... nbsp; Deregulation of mountain removal and every kind of deregulatory gift to industries of every kind .... nbsp; So what do you make the regulatory move being made against farmers (making NAIS mandatory despite MASSIVE farmer resistance to it) not even being included in that article?

    Don't sign up for animal ID system

  • Deregulation of mountain removal and every kind of deregulatory gift to industries of every kind.

    Don't sign up for animal ID system

  • In truth, McCain voted in favor of every deregulatory effort that came up for a vote during his 26 years in Congress and bragged well into 2008 about his free-market "deregulatory" bent.

    McCain and the Zigzag Express

  • He's pushing back against the idea that it was "deregulatory," because the

    AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed

  • But if you call it "deregulatory," you're buying too much of what Enron was selling.

    Reason Magazine - Hit & Run

  • And if we're going to lift this economy out of this crisis, caused by the same kind of deregulatory nonsense that James is saying this morning, we need to lift it from the bottom by putting more money into the pockets and hands of workers to spend in this economy, and that is by allowing them to bargain collectively with their employer.

    Democracy Now!

  • STEWART ACUFF: This kind of deregulatory nonsense has led -

    Democracy Now!

  • But McCain's proposal to allow health insurance companies to sell policies across state lines is evidence that the senator supports the same kind of deregulatory polices that created the economic crisis.

    Political Grind Network

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