MHARR Hits HUD Hard With Executive Order, MHI Cautions Approach

Depending on which association you ask, a recent executive order on over-regulation is either a mandate for change or a simple political maneuvering. The White House issued an Executive Order earlier this month similar to one issued by President Clinton in 1993 to improve regulation and regulatory review. Following the release, the Manufactured Housing Association for Regulatory Reform (MHARR) sent off a letter to HUD Assistant Secretary for Housing David H. Stevens and circulated a document titled President Obama’s Regulatory Executive Order Puts HUD Regulators on the Spot. Signed by association president Danny D. Ghorbani, the letter acted to press HUD officials to fully comply with this order as it relates to all aspects of the federal manufactured housing program including, most importantly, its ongoing rapid expansion of in-plant regulation. MHI Executive Vice President Thayer Long did have a directed response to the strongly-worded MHARR letter, which he is careful to distinguish from any official MHI position. Read the full Industry InFocus report:
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