Beacon Weekly Roundup — May 13th

May 13, 2016 9:52AM

Beacon Blog Roundup

Keep Austin Weird, Keep Nashville Free

Beacon CEO Justin Owen lambasts the regulations against Uber and Lyft in Austin that essentially banned ridesharing in the city.

Why the Cancellation of the TV Show Nashville is Good for Taxpayers

Mark Cunningham uses the cancellation of the show “Nashville” to explain the downside of corporate handouts.

Session Recap: Direct Primary Care

In our first session recap blog post, Justin Owen gives us a rundown of the Direct Primary Care bill this passed this session.

Session Recap: Course Access

Lindsay Boyd explain why Course Access will expand school choice in Tennessee

Beacon In the News

Professor Glenn Reynolds writes about our shampooing lawsuit in his USA Today column.

Beacon Communications Director Mark Cunningham was cited in the Knoxville News Sentinel explaining why it isn’t the government’s job to pick winners and losers when it comes to corporate handouts.

Generation Opportunity covered our lawsuit in depth as an example of licensure gone too far.