Hoping either to improve our health or elevate revenue, governments levy sin taxes on items like beer with results that economists debate.
Hoping to encourage healthy eating habits and less obesity, Colombia has a junk food tax on ultra-processed food and sugary drinks.
We can look at record catalog sales to see how musicians guarantee current income rather than waiting for possible future earnings.
With four countries having made lunar landings, we can ask if any one can own moon water and other lunar resouces.
Looking at its spending, its goals, and its focus, we could say that the Inflation Reduction Act needs a new name.
We have a federal state contradiction when a business cannot get a marijuana trademark because it’s (legally) selling a Schedule 1 substance.
Although everything about multinationals implementing responsible sourcing sounds beneficial, a closer look reveals its complexities.
Looking at recent Supreme Court cases and the UPS tentative agreement with the Teamsters, we can see the contemporary role of labor unions.