Licensing laws should be subject to removal if :
In 2008 policy analyst Adam Summers had a crystal ball when he applied "reason" and common sense in the analysis of occupational licensing. If we apply his view of occupational licensing to the locksmith, we see his reasoning for removal of such laws to mirror current conditions.
His opinion from the past is the reality of the present, but still we see certain locksmith associations and a minority group of individual locksmiths pressing for even more failed licensing. Do they lack reasoning power, acumen, rational or the most basic common sense? Or are they intentionally trying to be destructive? If so why?
What is your opinion?
Tom Lynch, CRL