• Friday, Feb. 24 at 9 p.m. ET

    Hosted by John Stossel

    With the government adding more than 80,000 pages of rules and regulations every year, it's no surprise that regular people break laws without even trying. Like the little kids who open lemonade stands and get shut down by police. Or the small businessman who spent six years in federal prison for breaking Honduran regulations (and, to make it worse, the Honduran government said he didn't). Or the family in Idaho who can't build a home on their land because the EPA says it's a wetland (only because a government drain malfunctioned and flooded it).

    In this Fox News special, John Stossel investigates why America has become a country where no one can know what is legal.