“The Regulatory Avalanche From Washington, D.C.”

by Walter Olson on July 20, 2010

New obligations and liabilities for employers, as catalogued by the law firm of Ogletree Deakins.

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1 GregS 07.20.10 at 9:50 am

There’s something very broken about government in America. Lawmaking has turned into a sort of ratchet system where it is very easy to pass new laws and regulations, and create new entitlements, but nearly impossible to repeal them or fix them once in place (see for example the CPSIA). This means that the system can create mistakes easily but cannot fix them. And it means an inexorable growth of statism. There’s no way this can end well.

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