This is so typical and serves as a good example of how our government operates, i.e. one bad policy or government intervention leads to more bad policies and more interventions.
Economist Ludwig von Mises spotted this way back in 1929:
Authors of economics books, essays, articles, and political platforms demand interventionistic measures before they are taken, but once they have been imposed no one likes them. Then everyone—usually even the authorities responsible for them—call them insufficient and unsatisfactory. Generally the demand then arises for the replacement of unsatisfactory interventions by other, more suitable measures. And once the new demands have been met, the same scenario begins all over again.