Consider the Costs

Conversations about the proper size and role of government are always important but are especially so during a presidential election. One of the primary topics this year is regulation:  What are its successes? What are its failures? How do we measure both and what can we learn from both? Is cost part of the equation?

Of course, I believe we have to consider cost, and I wrote as much in a Letter to the Editor in the New York Times this week.


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