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The Economic Costs of the Jones Act
For nearly 100 years the Jones Act has restricted the transportation of cargo between two points in the United States to ships that are U.S.-built, crewed, owned, ...
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  1. Hawaii– an island heavily subsidized by the US government (mainlander taxpayers) to start with and this rum distiller guy is pissing and moaning because Chinese container shippers have a surplus of empty back ship containers after they off-load their rubber dog shit in Long Beach, CA.

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