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Critiquing Florida's Public Policy of "Shared Adversity"

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Tags Bureaucracy and RegulationEconomic FreedomThe Environment

11/03/2022Connor Mortell

Florida's government promotes a "shared adversity" plan in which individuals and organizations have distant environmental problems imposed upon them.

Original Article: "Critiquing Florida's Public Policy of "Shared Adversity""

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Connor Mortell

Connor Mortell graduated from Texas Christian University with a BBA in finance, minoring in Chinese language and culture. After graduation, he worked as a legislative aide in the Florida House of Representatives from 2019–21. Currently he is an MBA student at Florida State University. Additionally, he is a graduate of Mises University, where he passed the Mündliche Prüfung Viva Voce Exam on economics.

Original Article: 
Critiquing Florida's Public Policy of "Shared Adversity"