Government stifles creativity, kills jobs

A mother has a good idea, starts a business out of her home, grows it to 22 states, then bureaucrats tell her it might be illegal.

A man develops cutting-technology to remake the taxicab experience. Customers like it, drivers like it. The company has expanded from San Francisco to 30 cities in 10 countries, and has provided hundreds of thousands of rides. Regulators keep trying to kill it.

These are just two examples of excessive regulations that kill jobs. (See also Regulations kill jobs and the economy and The cost of regulations)

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