This benchmark turned out to be far more difficult than I originally anticipated. I didn't realize how hard it would be to find examples, especially negative ones. When looking for laws, court cases or executive functions, Just typing in "beneficial laws" didn't get so far. I decided the easiest thing to do was to think of a life situation first, instead of trying to find any random law and make it applicable. For example: I'd think of something that I wish I didn't have to do or could do, and then find the law that makes it so. This helped mitigate my struggle a great deal.
As I said before, this definitely wasn't an easy benchmark. I wish I had organized myself more carefully. I should have found all the examples I wanted to use first, and then done all the paragraphs.
I definitely think the government will affect my life more as I grow older. It will happen as I gain independence and become more involved in politics and national interests. Some laws won't apply after a while, like student education laws, but others apply more with age and work.