It has been suggested that Maria Hill and Gyrich saw the Civil War as telling the Super Heroes to help, not destroy. The SH's rejected this offer and the SHRA was put in place to strangle the excesses of violence in super hero confrontations. Now we have come to the Heroic Age, and the Government has realized the message they sent has been heeded, because in Siege, the Super Heroes came to help. So this is the end of it. The future before CW was going to head towards this confrontation between the SH's and the government that would have led to Project Wideawake. The CW put a restriction on the activities of Super Heroes, and made PW less likely, now that SH's have realized they have to act more responsibly. So you see, the SH's have had a wake up call given to them by the MU. It isn't as friendly as it used to be anymore. Instead of the roaming packs of wild west vigilantes, we now have a completely supervised and overseen Super Hero community, cooperating with the government so that the foreseen future of wild parties doesn't happen. Sure there will be the Young Masters causing trouble, or the Hellfire Club, but the New Warriors are no more.
A hush has settled over the Super Heroes of the MU. You don't mess with the government, because they are doing the numbers and if the Heroes ever start to look like falling back into old habits, then the screws will come back out and a reckoning will be made. Just like in an NBA team, if the players don't mesh, and people are not getting with the program, the coach is going to make some changes. And sometimes the changes are made from the outside and then even the coach will see himself out on the street. The Heroic Age has become more formalized super Heroing. It's now a Conference of teams playing in the same sector. The officials in charge of running the conference are on constant vigil for any infringements to the rules.