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Laura Ebke

"Determining whether a business wanting to enter the market classifies “as being in the public interest and in accordance with public convenience and necessity” is not so straightforward. There is no universally recognized definition of what this means. Why? Because it is not known whether a business is needed unless it enters the market."


Great post, Nicole!

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