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Licensing Lobbyists Say Rolling Back Interior Designer Rules Will Cost Lives

Florida fight shows how ridiculous many regulations are

Florida fight shows how ridiculous many regulations are

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Michigan Legislature Passes Sensible Transportation Reforms

Uber, Lyft and taxis to play by the same rules

Uber, Lyft and taxis to play by the same rules

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An Opening for Michigan Licensing Reform

When the state asks for higher fees, repeal the mandates

When the state asks for higher fees, repeal the mandates

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Should Michigan Cities Be Allowed to Ban Pit Bulls?

Probably not

Probably not

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Petty Restrictions on Tobacco Endanger Respect for Law

Creating unnecessary crimes weakens force of important laws

Creating unnecessary crimes weakens force of important laws

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A Federal Bill to Loosen Licensing Requirements

And a step for Michigan to follow suit

And a step for Michigan to follow suit

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Vet Saves Dog's Life, Family is Happy – State Sanctions Him

The problem with occupational licensing

The problem with occupational licensing 

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Ridesharing Drivers Tell Their Stories

Why simple regulations are important to so many Michiganders

Why statewide regulations are important to so many Michiganders

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Let Consumers Use Plastic Bags

New bill would prevent local governments from overregulating grocers

New bill would prevent local governments from overregulating grocers

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Jim Riley got his own fiscal house in order so he could retire. Now he wonders why his city government can’t do the same for their employees, and taxpayers who could end with huge bills from the unfunded retirement liabilities.

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