The extent to which government should be involved with regulation in the private sector is much debated. More fundamentally, one might ask exactly what is regulation, why is it needed, how is it formulated, and how is it enforced? These questions are especially relevant at a time in United States history when federal involvement in spheres traditionally left to individuals is being widely debated on all sides of the political spectrum.The Problem of Regulatory Unreasonableness ... Boden and Wegman, aquot; Increasing OSHAa#39;s Clout, aquot; pp. ... See Ruth W. Woodling, aquot;Auto Repair Regulations: An Analysisaquot; (Institute of Government, University of Georgia, February 1976), pp. 14-15anbsp;...
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