Little American Dream Factory: Chicago Bureaucrats Put the Brakes on an Innovative Business

The story of Zina Murray, her innovative business, and how Chicago killed it leaving fifteen entrepreneurs without a home. Local and state governments should not impose barriers on new job creation by small business entrepreneurs through superfluous and anticompetitive business licensing. Learn more by reading Beth Kregor's report Space to Work: Opening Job Opportunities by Reducing Regulation part of the Big Ideas for Jobs project.

Originally published by the Institute for Justice