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Vermont’s self-inflicted wounds won’t heal

A fascinating study conducted by Northern Economic Consulting has examined an issue that most people along our border with New Hampshire already know about: how Vermont’s sales tax and Act 250  have cost the Green Mountain State prosperity over the … Continue reading

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How the government reduces healthcare costs

It’s almost universally agreed by liberals and conservatives that the core problem with our healthcare system is its cost, which routinely outstrips inflation by a wide margin. So it’s only natural that the federal government, when faced with such unanimity, … Continue reading

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The safety of restricted choices

Thank goodness Vermont is looking out for us, the dim-bulb citizens. The state maintains a bureaucracy to license all kinds of professions, requiring applications, tests, fees, continuing education, and other compliance measures. And of course, these licensing requirements provide professional … Continue reading

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