Monthly Archives: June 2013

Housing Formation in a Recession

Post date: June 27, 2013 Article by: Gary Chong-Qui In past years, a stigma seems to have followed people moving back in with their parents after college. Most undergrads think they’ll have their lives sorted out by the time graduation … Continue reading

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Public Debt: How Does Florida Stack Up?

Original post date: June 20, 2013 Article by: Anonymous Over at the Tax Foundation, a recent Monday Map highlights the debt per capita of each state. The good news is that Florida ranks fairly low on the list, coming in … Continue reading

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Yellow Light Corruption

Original post date: June 05, 2013 Article by: Anonymous In the news recently is a story that the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), in conjunction with municipalities around the state, has been responsible for shortening yellow light durations below the … Continue reading

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Ohio Pedicab Operator Regulatory Goal? Limit Competition

Original post date: June 04, 2013 Article by: Sam Staley At least pedicab operators in Columbus, Ohio are honest about what they expect out of the city’s licensing process: Purging the city of competition. The city is about to adopt … Continue reading

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Some Miscellaneous Links to Kick Off the Week

Post date: June 04, 2013 Article by: Anonymous ●     Rick Scott and tuition hikes. ●     Should Florida spend more on education? ●     In case you missed it, Florida TaxWatch released its annual Turkey report. ●     Peace and harmony in the … Continue reading

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