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Tag: regulation
Winning a Few Battles in the War on Big Government

The war on big government and crony capitalism may never be won, but retiring GOP chairman of the House Financial Services Committee Jeb Hensarling can take satisfaction in the overhaul of Dodd-Frank and eliminating earmarks as small battles won.

It’s Time to Take Lawmaking Away from Government Agencies

Government agencies can change the interpretation of the rules and regulations they create whenever it suits their needs, effectively creating new laws. And although they can’t be challenged in court over it now, the Supreme Court may soon change that.

Keeping Government out of the Kitchen

In a case involving two Dutch cheese makers, the European Court of Justice ruled that the “taste” of a food can’t be copyrighted.