While some observers see Republicans taking control of the Senate after Tuesday's mid-term elections, NFIB's Bill Dunkelberg says don't expect much to change in the short term.
Even if a Republican-led Senate is more likely to take up legislation passed by the House, very few will overcome a presidential veto.
Dunkelberg expects the president to continue to push his agenda through the regulatory process.
"Government agencies - some as large as countries based on their budget - have become 'legislative bodies' - fiefdoms that operate outside the control of Congress, mostly because Congress refuses to reign them in," Dunkelberg said.
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