According to research done by Marijuana Business Daily, 36 percent of the industry’s executive positions are held by women. On its face value this may not appear to be a giant leap forward for womankind, but when compared to other fields it becomes obvious that there is something truly unique about women in the marijuana industry.
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Healthy competition makes every single one of us better. It allows us to come to terms with our limitations so that we may push ourselves to achieve bigger, better things. And it is precisely this competition that fuels market innovation. But unfortunately, competition is not always preferable for businesses that have been around forever and thus, feel as though they have earned some sort of market tenure.
Before casting stones at private corporations based solely on their desire to make a profit, it would be wise to first look at what these companies have done for their surrounding communities.
Over the last decade, college tuition has risen over 40 percent across the board. With such a drastic increase in tuition, many students have turned to the government to subsidize their education costs. However, with the total amount of American student loan debt now surpassing the total amount of American credit card debt, there can be no denying that there is something seriously wrong with our system of higher education.
Like most, if not all, occupational licensing laws, Tennessee’s law exists to protect the veterinarians from unwanted competition, and not the health and safety of the animals involved.
Entrepreneurship inspires while the government restrains. Those who want to work and create value should be allowed to do so without having to beg for the state’s permission.
The market is a liberator of all people, regardless of their circumstances. It exists to help all those who are willing to utilize it well.
Amazon might be a threat to outdated brick and mortar retail establishments. But that has everything to do with Amazon’s innovative business practices and nothing to do with the company having an unfair advantage in the marketplace.
The ridesharing sector wants to ban private ownership of vehicles. This is extremely dangerous and can only lead to further restrictions that lead towards public, rather than private ownership of market commodities.
For those of us sick of waiting on hold to speak to an IRS representative ever year, this is a game changer. Though it might not fully abolish the bitter feelings tax season arouses within us all, this is definitely an example of the free market making bureaucracy more tolerable.
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