John Stossel berichtet auf Reason.com von Überregulierung in Amerika:
In some places, you can’t open a business like a limo service or moving van company unless you can prove that your business is needed and won’t undermine existing businesses in the same field.
But undermining competition is the whole idea. If Starbucks or Home Depot had to prove new coffee shops and hardware stores were „needed,“ we wouldn’t have those companies. Apparently they were needed, since these companies thrived, but no one could have „proven“ that beforehand.