Julian Hattem and Ben Goad of the Hill report that:
The federal rulemaking machine is rumbling back to life as agency officials tackle the backlog of work that was created by the government shutdown.
They were missed, with life in America coming to a standstill:
On Friday, the Federal Register was just 21 pages long, and contained no new regulations.
Keening and wailing were heard across the land but now, there is relief and hope as agencies will be working hard to make up for lost time since
… the federal government is in the midst of a handful of large regulatory efforts, including the finalization of rules needed to implement ObamaCare.
You may not be able to understand it or, even, buy it, but that doesn't mean they are going to stop regulating it.