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Unfair Advantages: How Licenses and Waivers Threaten the Rule Of Law

What is a rule of law?

The “rule of law” is another way of saying that laws, as they are written, are applied equally to everyone. If you break a law, it doesn’t matter how wealthy, connected, or powerful you are: you face the consequences. When followed, the rule of law leads to a more just and prosperous society. To learn more, please click here.

What are federal agencies?

Federal agencies are special government organizations set up for a specific purpose, such as the management of resources, financial oversight of industries, or national security issues. Examples include the Department of Homeland Security, Department of Labor, and the Environmental Protection Agency to state a few.

What is the ACA?

ACA stands for the Affordable Care Act, which is a comprehensive health care reform law enacted in March 2010 by President Barack Obama.