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It is illegal to sell contacts in the United States without requiring a prescription. A Federal Trade Commission regulation provides penalties of up to $11,000 per violation.
These noble-sounding goals intuitively appear useful, but the federal government has only two ways to encourage change and neither of them helps in this case.
Unfortunately, Obama's good intentions are thwarted by the economic principle formulated by banker Charles Goodhart.
The average factory-farmed frozen turkey from a grocery story is sold for as little as $0.67 per pound. Economics can offer five explanations.
Unless McConnell is willing to risk a government shutdown, he will ultimately have to acquiesce to Obama's wishes.
Last year plans were being cancelled. This year, citizens are receiving notifications of rate hikes in the double digits.
The lottery is based on the most powerful way to motivate people and change their behavior: a variable reward in response to a specific behavior.
The classic conversational pastime of answering the question, "What would you do if you won the lottery?" could help you or it could hurt.
Government-run lotteries have a sordid and monopolistic past. Should we enforce a separation of sin and state?
The Whiskey Rebellion established the sovereignty of "we the people" to tax and oppress any selected group.