On Tue, 20 Mar 2001, Jeff Bone wrote:
--]No. Streamlined, extremely punitive tort laws would incent producers to proactively
--]be responsible. Regulatory agencies are expensive, subject to rampant corruption,
--]and obviously ineffective.
Not to mention they seem to grow in every leaping bounds that make Log
scales look sane:)-
Once you start on a regulatory system it breeds beyond any scope of
PLus you find that the regulations you are putting down become so narrowly
focused as to be worthless for anything but one instance of a thing.
Loopholes abound in relation to the size of the regulatory body en toto
(lawyers, legistlators, enforcers, etc)
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