New FGA paper highlights three reforms to further encourage youth entrepreneurship


Today, the Foundation for Government Accountability (FGA) released a new paper titled, “Three State Policies to Embrace Young Entrepreneurs.”

NAPLES, Florida., July 12, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Today, the Foundation for Government Accountability (FGA) released a new paper titled, “Three State Policies to Embrace Young Entrepreneurs.” The report calls on states to take advantage of America’s new economic landscape to encourage young citizens to become entrepreneurs and learn how to start and run their own businesses.

Entrepreneurship is on the rise across the country, and while there are always challenges and risks associated with this process, unnecessary government regulations and restrictions can make it even more cumbersome. The three policies proposed in the document are designed to provide states with a means to encourage entrepreneurship among young people by eliminating work permits, preventing local licensing requirements and protecting home-based work.

“Today’s young Americans are looking for creative ways to control their own work hours and secure financial security,” said Haley Holik, Senior Fellow at the FGA and author of the article. “By removing unnecessary government regulations and reducing barriers to starting a business, states can encourage their young residents to start and grow their own businesses, create jobs, and do their part to grow the economy of their state.”

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The Foundation for Government Accountability (FGA) is a nonprofit, multistate think tank that promotes public policy solutions to create opportunities for every American to live the American Dream. To learn more, visit TheFGA.org.

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