Fishermen giving up on livelihood
Sharp restrictions on catch shares and sector management in the Northeast have left some in the local fishing fleet floundering in a sea of uncertainty.
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Since: Feb 10
#1 Jan 27, 2011
I really believe that the government officials are deliberately shutting people down, industry by industry. Anyone who competes with the politically well connected faces a regulatory leviathan. I'm not saying that every case is like that, but I've seen it so many times, that there must be some kind of pattern.
What happened to the American system of free enterprise?
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