Laws and policies are quickly enacted that, once on the books, often outlive the emergencies they were there to address.
Category: Public Policy
Investments, costs, regulations, laws, courts and prisons– what helps? What’s useless or worse- harmful? What’s the cost to the taxpayer? And the economy? And the families? And, oh, yes… the people suffering from addictive disease?
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