Tuesday, November 30, 2010

An ominous sign

More meddling from Washington:
[T]he Federal Highway Administration is ordering all local governments -- from the tiniest towns to the largest cities -- to go out and buy new street signs that federal bureaucrats say are easier to read.
This is going to cost tax payers millions of dollars, and it's none of the federal government's business. The Constitution doesn't grant Washington the authority to dictate what city street signs should look like.

The new regulations were written under the Bush administration, in case you're keeping score at home.

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