The answer to this question is that it is up to each individual to figure out if the legislation is effective. However, this means that each government has a list of how much money it needs to spend in order to implement any new business legislation. If they are spending the right amount of money on the right type of legislation, everyone will see the benefits of the new law.
I think you’ll find that most government legislation is written with a heavy dose of “if” and “but”, and is intended to make something happen, not to say what. This is why this legislation is often passed in haste, in order to make a point quickly, not because it is actually something that will happen and therefore needs to be enacted.
It’s not just government laws that are enacted to benefit corporations. Many businesses also put their stamp of approval on regulations to keep them in business. These regulations, such as minimum wage and minimum benefit levels, have long been an accepted part of business life. Whether it is the age of the automobile or the amount of alcohol in a drink, regulations are meant to keep us safe and comfortable.
That’s right. We were all born into a world where governments can enact laws to help them do just that. The reason governments may enact laws to help us is because we’re all born into a world where government is actually very powerful, which means we have a lot of influence over it.
Many governments are looking to make businesses more transparent, reducing the number of “gray areas” where information is kept private.
I don’t know if it is a good way of thinking or not, but I would think that legislation that is enacted by a government, agency, or institution is most probably enacted because it is the right thing to do.
By the time they do, the laws have already been enacted and the business has already been built.
This is a topic that has been discussed many times over the years. However, I think it’s important to address it in a practical manner. If your government does a good job of legislating to improve the quality of life, then I will be even more convinced to live by it. If, however, it does the opposite, then I will not be inclined to live by it.
I’ve heard you say that governments are the most likely to enact anti-business legislation. I have a feeling you are right.
The most likely thing is that our governments enact business legislation to protect themselves from unfair competition.
The question to ask yourself is to what degree you believe your government is ________. Just as you may believe certain things, you should also think about what effect you believe it may have on you and other people.
The fact is that our government is a huge business. The way it is structured makes it hard to imagine that the government is not the only entity that makes a profit.