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Education key to reforming pot

DETROIT NEWS:  Education and youth advocacy will play a crucial role to bringing freedom to Michiganders  on the issue of marijuana.

Proposed California Cannabis Branding Ban Bad for Consumers

MJINEWS: The proposed branding ban by the California state legislature for cannabis businesses harms consumers, hurts business, and doesn’t accomplish its stated goal.

Jeff Sessions’ crusade against marijuana hurts the most vulnerable — I would know, I’m one of them.

RARE: Jeff Sessions’ crusade against marijuana poses real threats to Americans using marijuana medicinally.

Michael Bloomberg’s nanny crusade will make people poorer

WASH EXAMINER: Launching his American Cities Initiative at the U.S. Conference of Mayors’ Annual Meeting in Miami on Monday, he unveiled his plan to spend $200 million over the course of 3 years to speed up expansive regulations in city governments.

$2.7 Billion Fine Against Google Shows EU is Clueless About Online Business

CAPITALISM: With its fine against Google amounting to $2.7 billion due to alleged antitrust violations, the European Commission just created an obstacle for entrepreneurs.

Alitalia Files for Bankruptcy, but Italy Balks at a Third Bailout

NEW YORK TIMES: European Affairs Manager Luca Bertoletti quoted in the New York Times on the bankruptcy of Alitalia.

Daily Caller: 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.

Ending the Burden of the Regulatory State

Free to Brew: Joining the show is Yaël Ossowski, Public Relations Director for the Consumer Choice Center, and North Carolina Native.

Yaël Ossowski on Chad Adams Show

Yaël Ossowski, public relations director of the Consumer Choice Center, is interviewed on the Chad Adams Show, broadcast out of Raleigh, North Carolina.

Let’s get real about N.C.’s alcohol laws (including the drinking age)

North Carolina can no longer afford its Temperance-era alcohol laws. Across the state, a new generation of beer entrepreneurs are giving the Tar Heel State some much needed pride.

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