GOVERNMENT REGULATION POLICY
March 2, 2020 by John Hallman in State Policy Issues and Legislative Goals
Regulations are supposed to protect consumers, but all too often, special interest and their lobbyist pressure legislators to pass regulations that are not for consumer protection, but rather to prevent competition from small businesses. These regulations reduce competition, suppress innovation, and hurts consumers by paying higher prices due to the cost of compliance with the regulations.
RLCFL Legislative Goals
We support free-market solutions to increase health care access and lower health care costs for consumers.
We support the reform of Florida’s occupational licensing requirements.
We support reform of Florida’s three-tier system of regulation over the production, distribution, and sale of alcoholic beverages.