Our “political class” situated in Washington, DC likes to make laws and regulations that affect the entire country. More often than not, while well intentioned, these work for some Americans and not for others. People in places like Manhattan island in New York City face vastly different realities than those who live in places like rural eastern Montana!
In considering national regulations related to matters like a minimum wage or else gun control, legislators should ask themselves one question:
Will this make sense in both Manhattan (NYC) as well as Montana?
If the answer is no, then the issue should not be addressed by the Federal Government … period!