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Month: April 2017

Bill de Blasio: How to create more Eric Garner tragedies

Step 1: Stimulate offense against a consumer product that is not inherently harmful to anyone but its user. The tobacco industry is once again using the techniques of decades ago to hook people on a product. https://t.co/Iv7frRtTKk — Bill de Blasio (@NYCMayor) April 19, 2017 Step 2: Propose a price floor or tax to reduce […]

Don’t Nanny Me: A London Store Protests Lifestyle Regulations

Some visitors at The Society Club in Shoreditch, London looked slightly confused at the sight of the city’s very first Nanny Store.

Why we opened a nanny-state store in Shoreditch

spiked!: The British government’s regulation of what we can buy, sell, eat, drink and smoke is out of control.

A Nanny State Shop In London

Dick Puddlecote Blog: It was pleasing to see SfL replicating their nanny state store in the UK after a couple of previous incarnations across the Atlantic.

Tobacco firms refused plain packaging appeal permission

Print Week: Students For Liberty and the Consumer Choice Center jointly host a plain packaged “nanny state store” to protest against such regulations.

Students in London protest and mock ‘Nanny State’ regulations [Photos]

UK STUDENTS PROTEST LIFESTYLE REGULATIONS: VAPING BANS, SUGAR TAXES, PLAIN PACKAGING WITH ‘NANNY STATE’ STORE Students For Liberty opens London corner shop with only “government-approved” products  CONTACT: Alex Christakou (Students For Liberty) acchristakou@studentsforliberty.org +447718918982 — Yaël Ossowski (Consumer Choice Center) yael@consumerchoicecenter.org +19802531552 London, UK — Today, Students For Liberty and the Consumer Choice Center are hosting a […]

Lower quality food debate begins in Slovakia, Eastern Europe

NEWSLAND: The Consumer Choice Center quoted in article on dual food quality debate on Moldovan website. Read more

Lower quality food in eastern Europe sparks debate

DELPHI: The Consumer Choice Center mentioned in a Lithuanian article on the dual food debate.

Slovakia presses on dual foods debate

NOVAYAGZETA: The Consumer Choice Center mentioned in a Russian article on the dual food debate.

Slovak study fuels concerns about lower quality food in Eastern Europe

EURACTIV: The Consumer Choice Center is quoted in an article on the dual foods debate in Central and Eastern Europe.

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