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Topic - Ramesh Ponnuru
The left and right are beginning to criticize occupational licensing — saying it restricts freedom and hurts lower-income workers and consumers.
"That's more hours than it would have taken her to get licenses to become a firefighter, emergency medical technician, hunting instructor, ambulance driver or real estate appraiser," Ponnuru says. "It's longer than it would have taken her to get licenses for all those things combined."
At the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C., the party of death, as Ramesh Ponnuru calls it, announced its opposition to "any and all efforts" to limit abortions by law in the United States.