Assuming that this is referring to the same list of options that was posted before with this question, the correct response would be the one having to do with it limiting "job growth" since people believed that this land could have been used to support new businesses instead.
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Now, the first question. Let's look at the options:
A. Too much regulation would attract illegal immigrants.
-no, there is no reason why it would attract immigrants
B. Environmental laws didn't work lo clean the environment.
-that's not true- they most often do
C. Too much regulation would clean the water.
yes, but that's a good thing!
D. Too much regulation could hurt businesses
-this is the correct answer. It's an actual criticism that is often found.
B. Too much regulation could hurt businesses.
The criticism is based on the idea that if companies have to implement new technologies they will be at a loss which will hurt the economy. This in turn hurts the workers and the budget so it's better to stick to the old ways instead of implementing environmental laws.
- three-quarters or two-thirds..
- "the constitution provides that an amendment may be proposed either by the congress with a two-thirds majority vote in both the house of representatives and the senate or by a constitutional convention called for by two-thirds of the state legislatures."