Yaël Ossowski on Joe Catenacci Show: Social Media Regulation, Decentralization, and Unlivable Cities

CCC Deputy Director Yaël Ossowski is invited on the Joe Catenacci Show on Wilmington’s Big Talker 106.7FM to discuss regulation of social media and tech platforms, the great decentralized alternatives people can use, and the sad state of many elite cities and towns that are now unlivable due to high taxes and regulations. http://consumerchoicecenter.org

Ocasio-Cortez teams up with Bernie Sanders to introduce bill capping ‘outrageously high’ credit card interest rates

But critics claimed capping the interest rate would shrink the market, hurting Americans who rely on small borrowers. “The people who need access and who depend on credit cards to cover large transactions between paychecks are usually those who cannot otherwise gain access to credit and loans from banking institutions,” said Yaël Ossowski, the deputy […]

Légalisation du cannabis récréatif: des lobbyistes canadiens au Luxembourg

En vertu de l’accord de coalition du gouvernement, la légalisation du cannabis récréatif devrait être une réalité d’ici cinq ans. Le “Consumer Choice Center” est une organisation américaine qui exerce du lobbying en faveur de la liberté, des droits et des intérêts des consommateurs. Ses responsables ont présenté au Luxembourg leur expérience et leurs mesures […]

Consumer Choice Center promotes smart legalization of cannabis in Luxembourg

The Consumer Choice Center went to Luxembourg to provide policymakers, civil society leaders, religious groups, and labor unions with lessons on the legalization of cannabis from Canada. The CCC promoted the idea of “smart” legalization that would embrace consumer access, competition, safety, and eradication of the black market. This report aired on Luxembourg’s RTL station […]

Cannabis stocks climb ahead of congressional hearing on bank access

Yaël Ossowski, deputy director at the cannabis advocacy group Consumer Choice Center, urged lawmakers to push for banking reform, outlining the risks facing companies forced to operate as cash-only businesses. “Higher risk means cannabis companies face additional costs,” Ossowski said in a statement. “They have to hire security guards for transporting cash and paying local […]

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