Join us for an important teleforum on Thursday, May 14 at 11AM PDT about how cities are putting people out of business.
Coronavirus is forcing Americans to work from home. But did you know that in many cities, running a business from your home is a crime? It’s just another example of government shutting down our freedoms — but there’s something we can do about it.
Join us for an important teleforum on Thursday, May 14 at 11AM PDT about how cities are putting people out of business and how the Goldwater Institute is fighting to protect the American Dream.
Once you register for the event, you will receive an email next week that will provide the phone number to call into the teleforum.
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Over the past couple of decades, technological advances have afforded entrepreneurs unprecedented opportunities to start businesses from their homes, allowing them to save money, maintain a flexible schedule, and realize their dreams of self-employment. But as Americans grapple with the coronavirus crisis, the ability to earn a living from home has taken on a new significance.
Unfortunately, scores of outmoded zoning, licensing, and permitting requirements are impeding people’s ability to work from home. Some cities even make operating a home-based business a crime—punishable by stiff financial penalties and even jail time—simply because the business is run from a home instead of an office. With many businesses shuttering indefinitely as the country battles COVID-19, it’s unthinkable that governments would stand in the way of people finding innovative ways to earn a living and serve their community’s needs.
Victor Riches ([link removed][UNIQID]) Christina Sandefur ([link removed][UNIQID])
President & CEO Executive Vice President
11:00 – 11:30 a.m.: Discussion with Victor Riches and Christina Sandefur
11:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.: Q & A
If you have any questions about the teleforum please contact Anissa Borchardt at [email protected] (mailto:[email protected]?subject=I%20have%20a%20question%20about%20the%20teleforum) or (602) 633-8984.
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