Tag Archives: Regulation

Advocate PierreGuy Published in TheBlaze on Gay Marriage

Advocate PierreGuy Veer was published in TheBlaze on the demerits of state regulation of marriage .

As it was with the case of interracial marriages 50 years ago, same-sex marriage is a hot issue. More and more, state laws forbidding the recognition of such ceremonies are deemed unconstitutional by courts. But despite such decisions, no one was ever forced to perform same-sex marriage ceremonies… until now.

You can find the full piece here.

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Advocate Jared Published in E21 on Rideshare Regulation

Advocate Jared Meyer was published in The Manhattan Institute’s E21 on Washington, DC’s regulation of ridesharing services.

The Washington, D.C. City Council made history on Tuesday by making D.C. the first jurisdiction in the country to pass a bill explicitly legalizing popular ridesharing services such as Uber, Lyft, and Sidecar. The Vehicle-for-Hire Innovation Act, which passed the Council by a margin of 12 to 1, is an example of smart regulation that is not beholden to the special interests of the existing taxi industry

You can find the full piece here.

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Advocate Christoph Heuermann writes on European Commission’s Vacuum Cleaner Regulations

Young Voices Advocate Christoph Heuermann has been published by Huffington Post Germany writing about an initiative of the European Union that aims to limit the power of vacuum cleaners.

The entire piece can be found here (in German). The piece was co-authored by Fred Roeder.

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