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The excesses of the modern regulatory state

By Nathan Barton The bizarre behavior of the regulatory state seems to ramp up daily. The actions get more twisted, their impacts more severe, and the fallout more frustrating. Consider Ontario (still, after Monday’s election, firmly in the Tranzi camp … Continue reading

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Ramping up the nanny state – a tiny delay

By Nathan Barton The Trump administration has put on hold an Obummer-era FRA/FMCSA regulation that would have required companies to test all drivers/railroad engineers for sleep apnea, presumably adding that to all the other requirements for CDL (commercial drivers licenses). … Continue reading

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