Government Red Tape
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Realtors are trying to limit online real estate listings to keep out online brokers, who often charge less than the traditional full-service 6 percent commission. The U.S. Justice Department is investigating whether the practice is anti-competitive and violates anti-trust laws.
It's time to raise a glass of wine. The Supreme Court this week declared unconstitutional state regulatory schemes that allow in-state wineries to ship directly to consumers, but ban out-of-state wineries from doing the same. The Goldwater Institute filed an amicus curiae brief in the case, arguing these anti-competitive laws violate the Commerce Clause and cannot be saved by the 21st Amendment, which ended Prohibition.
Cities throughout the valley are considering ordinances that will require fire sprinklers in new residential homes. It's no surprise that the leading proponents of such mandates are fire-sprinkler business owners.
We've all been there. Usually after purchasing the newest electronic gizmo, we eventually file through the endless receipts, instructions, and warranty cards to find the rebate offers. Only, you now realize that perhaps your purchase doesn't qualify or you missed the eligible time frame. Such an experience may prompt you to curse the manufacturer and retailer, but you resolve to be more aware of such offers in the future.
The Goldwater Institute's Clint Bolick joined KJZZ's Here and Now to discuss his new book Death Grip: Loosening the Law's Stranglehold over Economic Liberty.
The Goldwater Institute's Carrie Ann Sitren joined Sen. Ron Gould to talk about government overreach into daycare regulation in Arizona.
The Goldwater Institute's Clint Bolick appeared on the Thom Hartmann Show to talk about his new book on economic liberty, Death Grip.
Goldwater Institute litigation director Clint Bolick joined Judge Andrew Napolitano on Fox Business Network's Freedom Watch to discuss his new book "Death Grip," about the need for more economic liberty.
PHOENIX — The Arizona Court of Appeals ruled today the Goldwater Institute can challenge the actions of the State Board of Cosmetology to shut down a time-tested spa fish therapy that had been offered by nail salon owner Cindy Vong.
“Cindy Vong will get her day in court, and so will a government bureaucracy that has recklessly disrupted this business owner’s right to earn a living in a profession that offers no harm to the public,” said Clint Bolick, the Goldwater Institute’s litigation director.
The Goldwater Institute's Clint Bolick and Goldwater client Cindy Vong appeared on Fox 10 after the Arizona Court of Appeals heard arguments in the Spa Fish therapy case.