Comment: I agree

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I agree

currently the lawmakers cannot be held responsible for the harm a law causes.

No one may bring an action against a lawmaker who passed a harmful law, or any of their employees who uphold that law: executive, judicial branches.

Currently, if one is harmed by a law, the harmed may not bring an action against the lawmaker or any of their employees.
Can you give an example of this please: "Many, if not most, regulations did not originate in the legislature but from personal and class action law suits against business."

And also in this statement:"If you got rid of all government and only had a court it would not free you from corruption. They will still be an extension of whom ever is in control, mainly big money."
-How do you suppose "big money" would go about corrupting the 12 jurors? I would like to know your thoughts.