The proper role of government in the United States continues to be a dominant topic of current political discourse. The issue may be the wisdom of bailouts and incentives, what tax rates are most effective and fair, whether citizens ought to be allowed to carry guns or required to carry health insurance, which "fiscal cliff" or "sequester" cuts should be made, or whether new and sophisticated regulations are necessary for Wall Street. However, while debating the size and reach of government, very little is spoken about the increasing level of legal complexity in the institutions and rules that govern us.
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