1. Sometimes laws are created that are done for ethical reasons. For instance, it is wrong to pollute, so Congress passed the Environmental Protection Act, which punished those that did pollute. However, the Act and the regulations set levels above which it is pollution and below which it is not. In situations like these, do you believe the law supercedes any ethical standard that may have existed? For instance, before the EPA, any pollution was considered to be wrong, but after EPA, below a certain level is not illegal, so may be acceptable, but above can be punished by law. What are some other examples of laws that were created to force ethical behavior?