I would concur that it is adding tremendous instability. People who own short-line railways and have money invested ask how this is going to run. What provisions are going to be in place in the bill to make sure that when we load cars, we can have them unloaded? Who is going to put that in place as legislation? Companies have to behave to make profits; that's what shareholder accountability is about. They'll do so within the law.
Governments sometimes put in place regulations to improve performance, curb monopoly power, and have a better total system for everyone. In my view, this has not been well enough thought through to ensure that this occurs.
Normally, when there were major changes, like with the Crow rate or other things, there were significant numbers of studies--