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wno naias tne appropriate ucense or permit." Recently, there was an attempt to get rid of retail florist licensing, but it was rejected “in a 6- 1...

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can you answer the first and second question. I can not crop the questions separately. can you answer them for me or seperate the two for two credits.

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1 vote on fliesdoy after hearing objections from florists who said they agree with tighter
regulations on their industry ‘Hoving o license is not o barrier; ’soio' Annie Ihylor; a licensed
florist in Scott. T: soy you ore a licensed flor'Et sets you apart in the industry.” Ms. Taylor and her licensed colleagues would likely argue that being “set apart" in the
mdustry protects flower—buying consumers; given the information presented this week, aside
from ensuring high quality products, why else might florists find it in their interest to protect
the licensing system? The total fee to become a licensed retail florist is $214 and passage of a
written exam; what side effecE might this fee and ertam introduce into the floral market? 3. Political scientists usually conclude that voters dislike negative campaign ads, but we can use
game theory to offer an explanation for why they continue to he used. While negative ads are
[nauseatingly} commonplace in electoral competition, they are far less frequent in business competition; i.e., it is rare to see company it directly attacking the quality or character of

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