More Price Regulations = More Costs for Consumers

Becki Gray of the John Locke Institute, the leading think tank in North Carolina, just posted an interesting piece that discusses an analysis that ACI did some years ago.  The analysis shows that as automobile insurance price regulation increases so do the costs that consumers pay.  That irony should give us pause and resolve in knowing that market competition can work for the benefit of consumers better than governments can.  To read the post, click here.

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