slides: The Top 15 Most Burdensome State Regulations
Thursday, August 22, 2013
Those 15 areas include rules and regulations on the following: apprenticeship programs, prevailing wages on publicly contracted projects, the fire safety code, daycare centers, interstate sales taxes, work on Sundays and holidays, minority contracts on state work, workers compensation, the setting of insurance rates, kindergarten and preschool certification, labor relations, employer preferred medical networks for workers comp, motor carrier services, the business corporation tax, and the food code.
In all, those areas encompass over 300 individual rules and guidelines. Below are 30 examples.
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