Government regulation interferes with people's right to interact freely in an open market.
Government regulation amounts to one of the most insidious forms of economic intervention. Politicians sell the idea that markets require regulation in order to protect producers, consumers, and the general population. Regulations not only interfere with people's right to interact freely it also distorts the allocation of economic resources.
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