PLF's Timothy Sandefur discusses occupational licensing and economic freedom on Cato's Daily Podcast
In this Cato Daily Podcast, I discuss two PLF cases involving occupational licensing laws and the right to earn a living: our case on behalf of California entrepreneur Leslie Young and her business, elist.me, in which the state of Nebraska is arguing that you have to have a state real estate broker license before you can help advertise property “for sale by owner”–and the North Carolina Dental Examiners case, which asks whether private parties are exempt from the antitrust laws when they use government to monopolize a trade.
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