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Representative Job Killer AKA John Kowalko strikes again 13 May, 2009

Posted by David Anderson in Jobs, State.
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Our favorite job killer in the state House of Representatives has joined with one of our favorites in the senate (Senator Sokola) to give us more regulation of hairdressers. Of course this bill would disproportionately affect minorities who can’t afford giving a monopoly to accredited schools. We all know that silly regulations that prevent many convicts from being licensed in the field are a barrier to the market. The solution is to place barriers to those who wish to own their own business a bit higher without giving the consumers any better protection.

If you can pass the tests, keep safety regulations, and gain a following in the marketplace, what right does Representative Job Killer AKA John Kowalko have to say that you aren’t worthy. With the economy the way it is you would think that our leaders would work to allow job creation, that was before one party rule. (But a lot of other states are doing it– just because it doesn’t work for them doesn’t mean we can’t try it. )



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