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Needing a license to work promotes inequality

By tovarichpeter follow tovarichpeter   2016 Jun 17, 12:34pm 1,106 views   2 comments   watch   nsfw   quote   share

That 5-fold rise is due mostly to an increase in the number of professions that require a license. Like most economic policies, occupational licensing has benefits and costs. To be sure, when properly designed, licensing laws play an important role in improving quality of services and protecting public safety. For example, few people would feel comfortable traveling in a commercial plane flown by an unlicensed pilot. But when consumers choose a florist, a barber, or a decorator it becomes harder to see why the government needs to regulate who is allowed to practice in those professions for the benefit of...

1   HEY YOU   ignore (8)   2016 Jun 17, 3:00pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

A license is a tax,incognito, affecting small businesses.
Why do Rep/Con/Teas allow it?

2   Tenpoundbass   ignore (15)   2016 Jun 17, 4:23pm     ↓ dislike (1)   quote   flag        

When I moved to Florida you could litterally be anything in the world all you needed was the knowhow or people to believe you knew how.
Not today, the guys who buy up all of the Advertising spots has so fucked up, you can't even plant a flower with a permit and licensed contractor.

You better believe they like it that way, and they are voting for Hillary.

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