Sure, I'd be happy to, and we made everybody aware of that. We would never hide it.
The mere fact is this: legislation, by its nature, is prescriptive to some degree—the mere fact that it exists. In an ideal world, there's no legislation, the free market works everything, and everyone's happy. But we know that's not reality.
We felt that given the policy as set out by my board and our members, the path the coalition has chosen—they're free to do it, and it was fine—is to ask for a degree of prescriptiveness that has become too much. Our members recognized that they needed to have access to something if they chose to use it.
Just because it's there doesn't mean you have to use it. We will have members who will probably not use this legislation at all because what they're doing now is fine. That's okay. We have some who may try to use it. But we did not want a level of prescriptiveness that would get into the relationship...into the weeds between the railway and the shipper. That's between them. Let the free market take care of it. That's why we pulled out.