Where Does it End?

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Virtually every aspect of our lives is managed in some form or fashion by someone in Washington. The federal administrative state has become so far-reaching--having departments or agencies focused on energy, the environment, health care, food, drugs, guns, labor, education, and more--that it is almost impossible to know where it ends.

The truth is that there is a better way to ensure that local communities are represented in government. If the Constitution were shown the appropriate respect, Washington regulation writers wouldn't have to worry about underrepresented views, because they wouldn't have control over them in the first place.

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