Municipal Codes And Regulations (1972)

By Robert J. Hoffman, Assistant Director of Research, American Public Works Association

It has often been said that nothing is certain except death and taxes. One might add a third certainty -- governmental regulation. Whether we like it or not, governments do regulate many aspects of our business activities and even our personal conduct. In all likelihood, governmental regulation will increase, rather than diminish, as our society continues to urbanize and become increasingly interdependent.

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