Payday Loans Filling the Void

As payday lenders and check-cashing stores continue to feel the wrath of government regulation, it’s important to understand why they exist in the first place. On March 7, Prop S was added to the municipal primaries ballot, seeking to punish evil payday lenders in St. Louis by imposing a meager $5,000 annual fee for new and … Continue reading Payday Loans Filling the Void

Safety Or Crony: General Motor’s Attempt To Lay Out The Rules

Sometimes, it’s hard to tell if a new regulation is put in place to ensure safety or to make it difficult for competitors to compete in the same market. In the case of Michigan’s unprecedented rules on self-driving vehicles, General Motor’s involvement is not making it any easier. As the world gears up for driverless … Continue reading Safety Or Crony: General Motor’s Attempt To Lay Out The Rules