NY Strangles Small Business: New at Reason

Kamal Saleh runs a small store in New York City. He was recently given a summons to appear in court for violating one of New York's many rules. His crime? Selling cigars 11 cents too cheaply.

John Stossel asks if New York has become a city of so much regulation where only big businesses can thrive?

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