An Australian coffee shop gives priority seating to women and charges an optional 18 per cent "man tax" to reflect the earnings gap between men and women.
Ryan Khurana is a Research Fellow at the Consumer Choice Centre, and writer for the Institute of Economic Affairs.
Among the Liberal Party of Canada's stated goals before the last election was to introduce Australian-style plain packaging laws for tobacco products. This appeared under the guise of improving public health, especially for impressionable teenagers.
06/13/2017 04:54 EDT
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