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Red Tape

A preponderance of evidence shows that red tape is a result of government agencies that have grown too large. Whether wasting time waiting in line or battling red tape as they are bounced from one bureaucrat to another, citizens must fight their way through centrally controlled government processes. This red tape can come in many forms. People must submit formal requests and wait until their requests are processed. This process can take a day, a week, or months, and there is little or no feedback about where the request is in the process or what the estimated time to complete it is. In the case of a problem, generalized regulations and centralized control prevent low-level government agents from having the autonomy to make decisions on their own. To a large, centrally controlled agency, local community issues are unmanageable.


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