So far, the regulations come to nearly 21,000 pages, but the bureaucrats are still writing. The stack is just a bit over seven feet tall, at present, but there's no doubt that if they apply themselves, the bureaucrats can hit the ten-foot mark.
For a "green" administration, they sure manage to kill a lot of trees.
On the other hand, if you've ever been to Washington, D.C., you may have noticed that unlike most cities, which post signs at the boundary with the name of the city along with a slogan or a population number or, in those not run by Democratics, perhaps a message of welcome, you don't see that in D.C.
Their equivalent is a large black-on-yellow sign advising Caution: bureaucrats at work.