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Regulation of the Day Update: Pulling a Rabbit Out of a Hat

Not too long ago, I told Marty Hahne’s story. He is a long-time children’s magician who got in trouble with the USDA for using an unlicensed rabbit in his shows. 136 more words

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Regulation of the Day 232: Pulling a Rabbit Out of a Hat


Marty Hahne is a magician in Missouri. He has been putting on magic shows for kids for almost 30 years under the nom de guerre Marty the Magician. 301 more words

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Regulation of the Day Update: Olive Oil Victory

I recently posted that new EU regulations would require restaurants to use factory packaged and sealed bottles of olive oil. This would put small artisanal producers out of business, and reduce consumer choice. 133 more words

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Regulation of the Day 231: Serving Olive Oil


When you sit down at a Mediterranean restaurant, your server will typically set down some bread on the table, then pour some olive oil into a saucer or small bowl for dipping. 267 more words

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Regulation of the Day 230: The Temperature of Beer


The state of Indiana regulates the temperature at which convenience stores may sell beer. Specifically, they must sell it at room temperature. Cold beer is forbidden. 336 more words

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Regulation of the Day 229: Educating Yourself


We live in a golden age of information. These days, anybody who wants to can get a college-level education without ever setting foot on a college campus. 530 more words

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Regulation of the Day 228: Peyton Manning’s Jersey

When the Indianapolis Colts released star quarterback Peyton Manning this spring after 14 years of faithful service (and a Super Bowl victory), the Denver Broncos eagerly picked him up. 387 more words

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