There is currently debate on whether the US government should try to regulate population growth in some way. The United States is the only industrialized country in the world that has a population growth of over 2%. Pro-regulation arguments include the environmental and economical damages that can be caused by an over-large population. Arguments against regulation include the liberty of people to chose how to live their lives.
The US government has not taken a particular stance on the issue in recent times, and if it does it is more likely to use incentives rather than regulation to lower population growth rates.
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