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Can calling an artist a “monopoly of one” displace the First Amendment?

Public accommodations laws “help ensure a free and open economy.” Traditionally, public accommodations laws have been applied to, well, public accommodations, such as hotels, or “what the old common law promised to any member of the public wanting a meal at the inn, that accepting the usual terms of service, they will not be turned…

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New investigation reveals true cost of certificate of need laws to patients

Certificate-of-need laws result in higher health care costs, reduced access to important medical services, and worse patient outcomes, according to a new report from Americans for Prosperity Foundation. In Virginia, South Carolina, Michigan, and Iowa, the four states in which the effects of CON restrictions are covered in Permission to care: How certificate of need laws harm patients and stifle…

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New investigation reveals true cost of certificate of need laws to patients

Certificate-of-need laws result in higher health care costs, reduced access to important medical services, and worse patient outcomes, according to a new report from Americans for Prosperity Foundation. In Virginia, South Carolina, Michigan, and Iowa, the four states in which the effects of CON restrictions are covered in Permission to care: How certificate of need laws harm patients and stifle…

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A new report shows how little-understood laws are hurting patients

Thirty-five states and the District of Columbia have laws on the books that make quality, affordable health care more difficult to access. These restrictions, called certificate-of-need laws, prevent hospitals and other providers from making necessary investments in their services, equipment, and facilities without government permission. While CON laws are intended to ensure that providers don’t…

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A new report shows how little-understood laws are hurting patients

Thirty-five states and the District of Columbia have laws on the books that make quality, affordable health care more difficult to access. These restrictions, called certificate-of-need laws, prevent hospitals and other providers from making necessary investments in their services, equipment, and facilities without government permission. While CON laws are intended to ensure that providers don’t…

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Americans for Prosperity Foundation Multi-State Investigation Shows True Cost of Certificate of Need Laws

AFPF’s new report, Permission to Care, illustrates how certificate of need laws have harmed patients in Iowa, Michigan, South Carolina, and Virginia.

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Americans for Prosperity Foundation Multi-State Investigation Shows True Cost of Certificate of Need Laws

AFPF’s new report, Permission to Care, illustrates how certificate of need laws have harmed patients in Iowa, Michigan, South Carolina, and Virginia.

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New AFP Foundation brief seeks to close legal loophole banning religious schools from tuition assistance

Should a child’s opportunity for education turn on the religious perspective of the child? Should it turn on the religious perspective of the school? What if the school is just a little bit religious? Or too religious? Would that matter? It would if the child lives in an area of Maine with no public school….

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