No "more regulation" isn't the answer. Nor is "regulation". Details matter. "Waht" (or perhaps "which") regulation is the point we should be concentrating on.
To make the point clearer, so far we've had one bad regulation and a second proposed.
And we've had bad regulations before, too.
This might explain some of it. Those proposing the regulations are a little sketchy on their historical knowledge.
So just how do health and socioeconomic status interact? Which causes which as it were?
There really is something about election season that turns some people mad, isn't there?
And finally, who knew that the American banking system was so influenced by the Nigerian one?