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Louisiana Regulators Crush Services for Special Needs Families

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Louisiana regulators have sharply limited competition in special-needs childcare because, well, it would make their jobs more difficult if they allowed it. Anastasia Boden of the Pacific Legal Foundation says that’s not a good enough reason.


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