How would you like to live in a world where the federal government had to pay you every time it required you to do something? Would you rather watch football than do your taxes? Send a bill to Washington. Hate filling out that pesky form from the Census Bureau? Demand that the government pay you for your time. Ditto every other federal law or regulation that forces you or your company to do anything. Although this libertarian fantasy world is unlikely to materialize anytime soon, a recent pro-union decision may open the door to state constitutional challenges to federal regulations – or, at the very least, highlight the dangers inherent in results-oriented jurisprudence.