Not long ago I reported on the brave Louisiana residents who used their own boats and supplies, set out to rescue their fellow flood victims, and all without government involvement. They outperformed the government so well, in fact, that many were saved, fed, and received medical attention long before any government entity arrived. It's a testament to just how well Americans can take care of themselves, and each other, in a crisis, and without the helping hand of big brother.
These citizens that set out to help their fellow victims were called the "Cajun Navy," and their story has spread far and wide. They've been celebrated all over the country, and it's well deserved.
But it would appear that government wishes to regulate the Cajun Navy so that in the future, everything is done under the approval of the Louisiana government. Or at least, that's the rumor floating around.