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  • Online Chat on Regulations

    The Heritage Foundation recently released a paper titled Red Tape Rising: Obama-Era Regulation at the Three-Year Mark. The paper talks about the regulations that the Obama Administration has put in place that not only effect businesses, but also every citizen. Click here to join us right now for our “Lunch with Heritage” chat. We are joined by Diane Katz, the co-author of the paper, who is taking your questions about the paper, the new regulations, and how the excessive regulatory state affects you.

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    2 Responses to Online Chat on Regulations

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    2. David Gesinger says:

      The most profit inhibiting regulation is the lack of slavery. If we were all allowed to have someone do everything we wanted and paid them only a minimum wage then the worlds problems would fix themselves. Bring back slavery! Accept we should call it 'fair minimum wage'

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