Still, it's better than the administration's previous proposals to cut legal immigration in half.
Prohibiting businesses from going cardless ignores the choices of consumers and businesses alike.
An overlooked ruling could force small businesses to pay sales tax in dozens, even hundreds, of jurisdictions where they have no representation.
They say it discriminates against those without checking or savings accounts.
Businesses owners, not politicians, should have the final say over how their customers pay.
The ban may be well-intentioned, but it's misguided all the same.
One neighbor said she was concerned about the extra traffic.
Cannabis equity programs are growing in popularity, but do they actually work?
Why does an economy car rent for an astonishing $161 per day in Manhattan? Because onerous insurance laws cartelized the industry.
A ban could be in effect by 2021.
Despite a May ruling declaring the ban unconstitutional, Wisconsin continued to target home bakers.
Entrepreneurs' efforts are wildly creative-but so are government officials' destructive policies.
A win for home chefs
Luckily, the state is incapable of administering a potentially disastrous law.
Because it would have hurt an already anemic economy. Sound familiar?
"Put a G-string on" and let the topless, drunken good times roll suggest some on the Chicago City Council.
Watch the Army Rangers who founded Combat Flip Flops speak with Reason TV. Then watch them pitch the sharks on ABC at 9 p.m.
The Cuomo administration directed "state resources to justify its knee-jerk reaction to a New York Times report."
The Evansville food cart is back in business but must stop selling sex toys alongside the popcorn and nachos.
Manatee County, Florida, won't let Renee Bierbaum teach yoga and meditation in her own backyard.
Red tape remains a powerful deterrent to starting businesses and creating jobs.
Survey results and death penalty statistics reveal a shocking truth about veterans' mistreatment, but there's hope beyond Uncle Sam.
This candidate promises to "take a hard look at licensing requirements from state to state" and simplify small-business taxes.
Asian Nail Salon Staff Demand Apology From The New York Times for Poverty-Porn Series That's Costing Them Jobs
Liberals love laborers in theory but seem to love their sense of moral superiority more.
Through Combat Flip Flops they're educating Afghan women, clearing landmines, cracking cartels, and employing vets.
Using sunlight instead of electric lights could cut the price of pot in half.
How a cat-loving entrepreneur brought kittens and caffeine to the nation's capital
Of course, the proposed change only affects his competition...
Reactionary policy tends to be bad policy.
Even if Asian nail salons are as exploitative and toxic as the Times says, the answer isn't more government oversight.
Do not deliver us, oh Lord, from temptation...
Measure would allow licensed "cabarets" to offer both alcohol and topless dancing.
Lousy news for growing the economy, creating jobs, and overall increasing prosperity