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State Protectionism costing public money while destroying the Internet

dmcowen674

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Oct 13, 1999
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No wonder I have a hard time getting contact lenses here in Georgia.


As states interfere with Internet sales, public pays

Mon May 19, 7:19 AM ET Add Op/Ed - USA TODAY to My Yahoo!

In 1997, Damon Giglio started up a Web site for homeowners who wanted to sell their houses without paying a hefty real estate commission. Today, forsalebyowner.com, lists about 15,000 houses. It reaches a larger audience than local classified ads, and sellers pay up to $700 to be listed, not the thou...

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Alistar7

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The rationale given for these rules is always the same: to protect consumers.


the truth, it's all done over $$$$, to line the pockets of the people who paid for their campaigns, this shouldn't be a suprise to anyone by now...
 

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