ICYMI: NH should remove licensing barriers to the workplace

In an op-ed for the New Hampshire Union Leader, the Charles Koch Institute’s vice president of research and policy Will Ruger and senior research fellow Dana Wade discuss occupational licensing in New Hampshire and how reforms can help promote economic liberty:

It should come as no surprise to most Granite Staters that their home state has ranked first and second in the nation as the “freest” and “best” place to live, respectively. But what you may not know is that New Hampshire has a long way to go in providing its citizens with the freedom to work and earn a living.

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