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[IWS: Heritage Foundation: Trade and Prosperity in the States: The Case of Florida [4 February 2015]

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Trade and Prosperity in the States: The Case of Florida [4 February 2015]

Bryan Riley



International trade and investment support hundreds of thousands of Florida jobs. Florida benefits from exports leaving for foreign destinations via the state’s ports and airports and from imports destined for delivery around the country after initially arriving in Florida. The state’s elected officials should support policies that give Americans the freedom to buy the best goods at the best prices. A good start would be to repeal laws that restrict ocean transportation and that restrict imports of sugar and other products needed by Florida businesses.



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