This idea is an oversimplification of regulations. While there may be room for legislation requiring follow-up and review more frequently, or consolidation of existing regulations, you can’t simply say get rid of two one you make a new one. This isn’t a game of Uno. Regulations are based on needs to resolve a particular problem. This is just as absurd as stating that no agency can have more than 3 regulations. What is most important is for regulations to be properly written based on the needs of the country, not the number of them. Please vote no against this absurd constraint. Would you suggest that any new amendments to the Constitution require the dropping of an existing one? No. Probably not. They are added based on the changing needs of our nation. If one needs to be dropped, it shouldn’t have anything to do with how many are on the books. Drop it on merit, not quantity.