Congress should do cost-benefit analyses before considering legislation that would regulate businesses, according to the Committee for Economic Development.

In a report released Wednesday, the New York-based group of academics and business leaders said cost-benefit analyses-which could be done by the Congressional Budget Office or a newly created government agency-would reduce regulatory costs while increasing the effectiveness of consumer protection and environmental laws.

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