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There is always a lot of paperwork, rules and regulatory programs that demand public support. This is from the citizens all the way to the top large corporations. There are different levels of burdens depending on the organization. The rules and regulations that thefederal government establish are often rigid and difficult to attain because they are very strict on businesses. This in turn creates less products, opportunities and services because of the higher prices this causes, not to mention the decline in jobsand lower pay grade. The ones that are usually affected directly are the citizens. There are two divisions for distracting private resources to reach the policy goals such as spending programs like the IRS that collects taxes and the regulations, this is enforced by the federal government. The bottom line is that the government wants to keep society moving forward so that we can be self-sufficient, healthy, safe and prosperous for everyone. The goals should be non-partisan, in which all take part in, to achieve the best possible outcomes for the nation they serve. However, the implementation of the goals and spending programs are often controversial, and disagreements are often, as the nation differs in values, opinions, or incomes. But the united goal in mind ofthe well been of the citizens should be at the core of any regulatory work.
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