A national association of home builders study revealed that more than 25% of the cost of a new home can be attributed to government regulation. Many of these costs stem from new code requirements that often get pushed by manufacturers who see an opportunity to mandate the use of their products. Michigan changed its law to allow for the Residential code to be updated every three or every six years as needed. Michigan amends the model code so that our building requirements meet the unique needs of our state. The Snyder Administration modified this latter code development process, eliminating a broad-based, balanced advisory panel of industry experts to review and recommend final Michigan code requirements and replacing these committees with only two people. Do you support restoring this commission (or some version thereof)? Why or why not?