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Economic Freedom of North America 2013, is out, and the race is heating up for some U.S. states. Unfortunately, it’s a race to last place.
Professional and college teams receive hundreds of millions of dollars in government handouts.
Once again, the Canadian provinces are besting the U.S. states in terms of average level of economic freedom.
Portland, Oregon won’t let an 11-year-old sell mistletoe but the city will let her beg for money.
San Francisco’s rent control policies are making the city’s housing shortage worse.
In Minnesota, entrepreneurs who bake treats at home cannot sell them online.
This Florida couple was forced to uproot their front-yard vegetable garden or face a daily fine of $50.
Some Floridian businesses have been slapped with fines—because they tried to spread holiday cheer to the less fortunate.
In keeping with its policy of price controls, Venezuela recently forced stores to start charging “fair” prices.