Federal Regulators Have Too Much Power

Federal Regulators Have Too Much Power

Brian Darling


For a great example of how federal regulators have too much power, see the case J. Dudley Butler v. American Cattle and Beef Industry.  This is not a real case, but it is a real controversy and battle between the industry and Butler, the individual at the U.S. Department of Agriculture tasked with overseeing regulations on grain, packers and stockyards. 

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