Government's war on private solutions continues. In our latest episode, we talk about an Alabama teen who wanted to cut lawns for some summer funds but soon found out government wanted their cut first. The teen would be forced to pay over 100 dollars for a business license to cut her neighbor's yards. These onerous requirements create an artificial barrier to entry that hurts the youth. The government has become a gatekeeper standing between an accepting consumer and a motivated service provider. Feel free to follow our past episodes on this topic for more.
Show Notes: http://reason.com/blog/2017/06/01/teen-must-get-110-business-license-to-cu