Restaurateurs get protection from small competitors. It’s the citizens who lose out on delicious food choices.
The federal law protecting the shipping industry from competition strikes again.
Protectionist policies produce negative results.
Does the US Constitution Offer Stronger Protection Against Right-Wing Populism than Left-Wing Populism?
Legal scholar John McGinnis argues the answer is "yes." But the issue is a far closer one than he suggests.
The Utah senator wants a world where "Alaskans, Hawaiians, and Puerto Ricans aren't forced to pay higher prices for imported goods."
Gov. Cuomo throws his support behind a ban on home cultivation, possibly on behalf of already entrenched pot groups.
Big publishers want new sources of revenue. But trying to force license fees for linking will backfire.
Tennessee alcohol merchants are asking the Supreme Court to uphold an absurd residency requirement that shields them from competition.
In a case SCOTUS will hear next month, victims of Tennessee's protectionism argue that it flouts the 14th Amendment as well as the Commerce Clause.
Trump is wrong about tariffs and so was Alex Hamilton.
American Aluminum Manufacturer Seeks Relief From Tariffs Meant to Help American Aluminum Manufacturers
Alcoa says it needs protection from protectionism. That should be a lesson for the administration.
Cherry growers get hit with steep tariffs right in the middle of their harvest season.
In 18th century France, wearing the wrong fabric could get you in big trouble.
Protectionism takes many forms, but it always leads to the same end: fewer choices for consumers
The Donald is more like The Gipper on trade policy than you think. And not in a good way.
More than 1,000 economists (including Nobel Prize winners) have penned an open letter to the White House, warning not to repeat mistakes of the past.
But working-class identity politics threaten to ruin everything.
Tariffs are an unnecessary step that will hurt American manufacturers and increase prices on a wide range of products, from cars to beer cans.
Meanwhile, tariffs pile up on products that lots of Americans actually buy.
The administration pushes harsh protectionist measures at the Montreal NAFTA talks.
Shipping Magnates and Friendly Lawmakers Air-Kiss over Loathsome Law that Torments Poor Hawaiians, Puerto Ricans
The Jones Act drives up consumer prices by protecting U.S. companies from competition. Guess who insists it must be kept intact?
A backwards, protectionist law mandating an obsolete job has been only slightly relaxed.
A judge suspends oppressive city regulations as too vague, but the fight's probably not over.
There Will Be No Viking Longboats Cruising the Mississippi, Thanks to Hard-Headed U.S. Protectionism
An old federal law demolishes the development of some domestic tourism markets.
Protectionist measures hurt American workers and consumers.
Hurricane Irma sheds light on the hidden costs of yet another protectionist measure.
There will be no winners, only losers.
The idea is sadly gaining steam.
Is it just more bluster from the White House? Let's hope so.
DHS ends waiver of protectionist shipping law that drives up costs.
Don't ruin it with protectionist trade policies.