If Congress won't do it, the courts must.
The courts are not supposed to be in the business of writing law. That means if Congress won't do it, the courts have even less business doing it.
Playing semantics is pointless. By interpreting the law, the courts essentially write it. It's simply a different process, and they don't write new, original laws, only taking in ones that already exist.
And if they don't, we need to put the initiative on the ballot.
You wish for a patchwork of internet regulation on a state-by-state basis? What a minefield that would be.
Where does he say that it should be a on state-by-state basis?
I'm pretty sure he had to either machine the rotors down or replace the rotors for that $700 price. That is not that unreasonable of a price for new rotors if the shop was doing the work, depending on the car.
There are certain cases where a fuel injector will need cleaning - but that usually implies that the driver barely uses the car and thus does get build-up that never gets flushed away.
It isn't usually cheaper to lease a car every 2 years. I didn't do any work myself besides replacing headlamps and turn signal lights, and I've had the car for over 11 years now, and after the cost of maintenance, i'd had spent a lot more for a lease of the same car. But sorry for ruining your smugness.
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