Six reforms to protect the right to earn a living
The Goldwater Institute’s Byron Schlomach suggests six ways states to act now to protect the right to earn a living against intrusive occupational licensing laws. Although the report focuses primarily on Arizona, these ideas are good for any state: fewer restrictions on the freedoms of entrepreneurs, and more protections against the abuse of licensing laws by politically powerful private interests.
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