How Licensing Laws Protect Special Interests at the Expense of Everyone Else
New data compiled by the Institute for Justice shows just how far states have overreached in regulating the professions. Not only does the report, “License to Work,” show that one in four jobs are now restricted by licensing requirements, and that these onerous rules generally do nothing to improve service or protect people. Licensing requirements began…
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