Synonyms for regulatory

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The need for additional resource/use plans and regulatory programs is recognized by the National Park Service.

Its regulatory powers should be amended to include regulation of coastwise shipping so as to assure stability and better service.

Regulatory and research work have been segregated in order that each field may be served more effectively.

At this stage, the medium and the resources attached to it are very cheap, accessible, under no regulatory constraints.

This year, we must begin the effort to reform our regulatory processes for the railroad, bus, and the trucking industries.

We have acted to encourage public participation in regulatory decision-making.

During the past four years we have made tremendous progress in regulatory reform.

In addition, the regulatory commissions must maintain their commitment to competition as the best regulator of all.

These steps have already saved billions of dollars in regulatory costs and slashed thousands of outmoded regulations.

We are moving steadily toward a regulatory system that provides needed protections fairly, predictably, and at minimum cost.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR REGULATORY

administrative

adjectiveinvolved in managing or using power
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