It seems that the Wisconsin Department of Transportation wants to make it illegal to drive 'gray market' cars on Wisconsin roads. While I think that DOT's power-madness should never be questioned, (see, e.g., 'We'll ram this choochoo up your ass!!' from Frankie the Fixer), I don't have a dog in this particular fight.
Much more interesting is this line:
The deadline to stop WisDOT’s proposed Trans 123 is Oct. 10. Unless the Legislature kills the regulation by then, it becomes law. (I could also write a piece how regulation-becoming-law is backward and anti-democratic, but that is also a subject for another time.)
'SCUSE ME??? "Regulation-becoming-law"?? Don't we pay a bunch of people to make laws?
Who the Hell made Frankie the Fixer a Supreme Legislator?
Prestegard should write his essay. Inquiring minds want to know.
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It's the same way, and with the same mentality, the Doylies saddled with the current version of NR 115, which severely regulates all development outside previously-established villages/cities within 1,000 feet of a lake and 300 feet of a "navigable stream".
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