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Corporate Welfare

Enough with The Old Way of Doing Business in Florida

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It’s the 21st Century—government officials shouldn’t be making backdoor deals with special interests any more. But a quasi-state agency—Enterprise Florida—does just that. Florida needs to end its old way of doing business and get out of innovation’s way. That can be achieved by passing House Bill 7005.   This legislation will eliminate…

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Manhattan Declares War on Homesharing

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Late last week, Governor Cuomo signed legislation which made his position on the sharing economy painfully clear to New York City residents. Capitulating to the whims of the traditional hotel industry, Cuomo made history by adopting the nation’s strictest home sharing regulations, essentially banning the homesharing industry from operating within…

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It’s Time To Privatize the TSA

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The holiday season is quickly approaching which means droves of Americans will soon be filling airports and slowing down security checkpoint lines. The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) took a lot of heat from the American public this summer after insufficient panning resulted in many passengers missing flights. Unfortunately for the TSA, the…

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