Rules and Regulations Costing U.S. Businesses and Stifling Economy

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Author Dale W. Cox provides examples of government regulations that erode freedom and hurt business in his new book

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It seemed that every time I turned around, there was another regulatory hurdle holding me back, limiting what I was permitted to do, and costing a lot of wasted time and effort.

The topic of government regulations has been widely discussed among Americans, due to recent events, and where the line is, between personal freedom and the public well-being.

In “Get the HECK Out of Our Way!: Examples of Government Regulations that are Eroding Our Freedoms, Holding Back the Economy, and Costing Us Money and What We can Do About It,” author Dale W. Cox provides examples of how governmental overreach is stifling personal and business freedom, while contributing to inflation and holding back economic growth.

“I became very frustrated trying to run various businesses,” Cox said. “It seemed that every time I turned around, there was another regulatory hurdle holding me back, limiting what I was permitted to do, and costing a lot of wasted time and effort.”

Cox is an entrepreneur and business owner in North Carolina. A food scientist by trade, he has worked with some of the largest food companies in the world, including General Mills and Kraft/Nabisco.    

“The regulatory environment we live in is holding back our economy,” Cox said. “If the government would get the heck out of our way, many of the problems with the economy and our society would be greatly reduced or even disappear.”

“Get the HECK Out of Our Way!”
By Dale W. Cox
ISBN: 978-1-4808-5346-1
Available at the Archway Publishing and Amazon

About the author
Dale W. Cox earned a bachelor of science and master of science in food science at Brigham Young University. He has more than twenty-three years in the food industry, primarily in new product development and process improvement. He has worked for some of the largest food companies in the world, including General Mills, the Kellogg Company, Kraft Foods and Unilever. He owns and operates several businesses with his wife, LeAnne, including various real estate investment ventures, a mobile home park, and land development. They live with their three children in North Carolina. For more about Cox or his book, visit: https://www.archwaypublishing.com/Bookstore/BookDetail.aspx?Book=761281

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