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February 7, 2013 1:24 pm | AEIdeas
Rebuilding America’s military: Where Congress should increase defense spending
More energy, more power: A new opportunity to pivot in Asia
FSOC needs fixing
Testimony: The Trans-Pacific Partnership and prospects for greater US trade
Obamacare’s Supreme Court reckoning: Miller on Wall Street Journal Live
Anticipating King v. Burwell outside SCOTUS: Miller on CSPAN’s ‘Washington Journal’
Analyzing Netanyahu’s speech to Congress: Pletka on Fox News’ ‘Happening Now’
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Sounds brilliant. You’re found in violation. Rather than smoke some poor guy, say “look, you are in violation of this regulation. Please take the necessary steps to correct it.” If it’s not done, then the fine hits. I like it. Kind of the “benefit of the doubt” thing.
Alright stop gap measure. The real solution is to start reducing regulations. Do we need all of them? Based on the ones I have encountered, I would say, no.
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