I am completely against the addition of the laws altogether, and believe that law reform must be much larger in order to fix our economy and country as a whole. The amount and size of laws in our country has grown so large that it is physically impossible for any human to know and fully understand the legality of their actions. Tax laws alone have become so skewed and detailed due to lobbyists that they can be abused easily by large corporations. Democracy was based on the invisible hand guiding the economy with the market, and by complicating laws on taxation and use of products in the marketplace we contradict the value of the system we created. Anyone with elementary knowledge of math can look up charts of our economic progress and track the changes after the passages of specific bills and legal statutes, mainly those on income tax and legality of goods. Prohibition created the first mass hysteria of organized crime within the economy, and creating black markets by taxing or banning goods simply puts money into the hands of criminals. If we want to solve the problems our economy faces today, lowering taxes will not solve but temporarily prolong the issue; to put democracy to work the way it was intended, the slate must be wiped clean and rewritten to construct policies that will work effectively and immediately.