Continuation from the previous blog.
‘Start with the premise that nearly all government is intrusive on individuals and businesses and generally irrelevant or harmful.
That means perfect legislation would diminish the impact of government intrusion.’
My second piece of perfect legislation would take most rule and regulatory actions out of the legal system and out of agency enforcement.
A perfect piece of legislation would require that every rule and regulation that is listed on the 3' x 6' notice described in the previous blog would require a clear path for adjudication within the agency responsible for enforcement. Such adjudication procedure would not require lawyers and would emphasize arbitration by independent authorities. Such a path of adjudication would include internal appeals. A similar process operates in the California Labor Dept.
No rules or regulations could be enforced or taken to court until the procedure within the relevant agency had been exhausted.
Those of you who have dealt with the EEOC or any similar agency, will know that such required internal process before going to court will make sure that less than one out of 1000 cases will ever make it to court. Few will ever be enforced.
I called this and the previous suggested legislation the Hallelujah Laws.
It is my hope that such simple legislation would get nearly every government body off the backs of the citizenry and still allow a portion of criminal laws to be enforced.