The Week That Was -- December 28, 2012
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Here are the most widely read FreeEnterprise.com stories for the week ending December 28:
Road Trip! The Best Summer Job in America Is Coming – The U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Campaign for Free Enterprise is looking for a motivated, energetic, hardworking team of two to hit the road for free enterprise this summer.
Hands Tied: Businesses Look for Ways Around Health Care Law – Small businesses are making plans to protect themselves from the new health care law by cutting workers hours to 30 a week.
Top Ten Most Ridiculous Lawsuits of 2012 – U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform (ILR) released its Top Ten Most Ridiculous Lawsuits of 2012 survey today, gathering votes cast throughout the year by visitors to FacesOfLawsuitAbuse.org.
EPA Sets More Achievable Standards on Boiler, Cement Regulations – The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) finalized rules that set emission limits for air pollutants from industrial boilers and process heaters used by a wide range of manufacturers.
Catching Up With Steve Forbes – Greg Galdabini recently spoke with Steve Forbes, chairman and editor-in-chief of Forbes Media, onetime presidential candidate, and author of Freedom Manifesto: Why Free Markets Are Moral and Big Government Isn’t.