Tag: regulation

N.J. Congressman Moves To Regulate Assault… Rental Cars?

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Americans are still in the middle of a robust Second Amendment debate after the latest batch of statistically rare but dramatic “mass shootings.” One politician says it’s time to go further and heavily regulate… …rental vehicles? It’s a Read More

N.J. has added 38 licensed low-income occupations since 1993

TRENTON, N.J. —  Is the proliferation of occupational licensure holding New Jersey back? A new report released by The Archbridge Institute on Tuesday “found evidence of a potential negative correlation between growth in licensed occupations and absolute economic mobility.: “[…] Occupation Read More

Op-Ed: Federal sugar subsidies a bitter pill for New Jersey to swallow

By Erica Jedynak _ Washington is at it again. Without regard for small businesses and local economies, the federal government continues to prop up yet another distorted market, this time punishing local food manufacturers trying to compete on a level Read More

Op-Ed: It’s Time to End Trenton’s Prohibition on Home Baked Goods

It’s rare for politicians on all sides to find common ground, but cookies help.  That much is clear in a debate that’s been cooking in Trenton for years. Since 2013, the New Jersey General Assembly has unanimously voted three times to end a state Read More

Could New Trenton Legislation Devastate Jersey Shore House Rentals?

Temperatures are warming, Save Jerseyans, and renting a house at the Jersey Shore is a regional tradition and a linchpin of the New Jersey economy. Millions will visit our beaches beginning in a few short weeks. Trenton’s latest attempt to Read More