This op-ed, published in the Daily Caller and written by Alan Daley, talks about the resurgence of railroad regulations. Before the 1970s, rail was heavily regulated and going out of business. The deregulation that followed led to huge productivity gains and precipitous drops in prices, benefiting shippers and consumers. It looks like regulation is creeping its ugly head and could be returning us to the old days of high cost and bankruptcy. To read the Daily Caller.