Regulations. Can you name some regulations that are causing the US to lose jobs? There are 20 listed in the link. Some I didn't know about or really realize how they effect each of us. The FCC regulation is one reason we just lost a network channel in my area. Others have to do with dairy, sugar price controls. I had no idea. Most people just think of regulations as laws that prevent dumping waste into waterways, etc but they cover a whole range of things besides pollution. Nobody wants poison water, etc. There are laws covering that sort of thing already. How much science is involved in price controls? The FCC? Did you read the 20 regulations? No science required with the exception of declaring C02 as a controlled emission. That is above and beyond. That is one out of 20 regulations being discussed in the article. Who's: Dairy farmers all over the country were dumping their milk because they were losing money on it. I remember that because I lived on a farm at the time.

Asked By: BekindtoAnimals22 - 9/11/2011
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Dairy Price Controls were a big issue when Nixon was President. Apparently the Milk Industry was a heavy campaign contributor. Milk was 52 cents a gallon then. In the 1990s I used to buy government cheese from several homeless people who got bags of free food weekly but had no refrigeration and preferred the cash... More
Answered By: who is #1? - 9/11/2011
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You can write a Gone with the Wind thick book with what the libs don't want you to know. What many don't connect on is that the end purchaser will put out global bids for a product then pruchase what ever at the best price... More
Answered By: Gungy - 9/11/2011
Liberals only have their talking points use - that would be dumping waste in the rivers. They don't know much else.
Answered By: One Term Wonder - 9/11/2011
I am really proud of the EPA regulation requiring farmers to control dust when plowing. That shouldn't cause food prices to go up !
Answered By: Take the SOBs out - 9/11/2011
And you are going to use the heritage foundation as your source... More
Answered By: Donovan - 9/11/2011
@Donovan Its not a scientific article. #11 is the closest to real science.
Answered By: Conservative Capitalist - 9/11/2011
Contact your Congressional member and have his chief of staff, send you the 345 pages of do and don't in America. Makes for really good reading.
Answered By: Scales of Justice 3 - 9/11/2011
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