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How does Mississippi’s cottage food law compare to others?

by Brett Kittredge

All 50 states now allow the sale of home-baked foods to the…

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The dignity of work

by Kienna Van Dellen

Through work, we not only contribute to the community and meet personal…

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Shampooers don’t need 1,000 hours of training

by Conor Norris

It takes 1,000 hours of training before you can professionally shampoo hair…

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Scapegoating prevents a return to fiscal sanity

by Russ Latino

Scapegoats are popular in modern politics. Consider America’s current experience with inflation….

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Overcoming poverty with the Success Sequence

by Brett Kittredge

For many years, the Success Sequence – graduate from high school, work…

Education, Justice, Work

Empower hosts 2022 Unleash Mississippi

by Empower Mississippi

Empower Mississippi hosted the second-annual Unleash Mississippi on Thursday as state leaders…

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Mississippi’s occupational regulation burden

by Conor Norris

Mississippi requires licenses for 66 of the 102 professions that do not…

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Job openings hit record high

by Brett Kittredge

There are now twice as many job openings as there are job…

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Does occupational licensing protect the public?

by Conor Norris

Despite the costs associated with occupational licensing, it still may be the…

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Alternatives to occupational licensing

by Brett Kittredge

Although it has become the default, occupational licensing is not the only…

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Mississippi on verge of regaining all jobs lost

by Brett Kittredge

Two years later, Mississippi is on pace to become the 12th state…

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The growth of occupational licensing

by Conor Norris

Occupational licensing laws are passed by states, setting minimum standards for workers…