HB 2272 Punishes Small Businesses and Oklahoma Workers

Imagine if your state government proposed a law limiting the number of restaurants in the state. The proposed law would set a total number of licenses that they would allow, required an average of $5,000 gross monthly sales, and increased the cost of starting up a business. For a franchise, this hardly seems like a problem, but for a new restaurant, it automatically sets you up for failure.




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Cannabis industry veteran | Coffee lover | Owner of The Hemp Bitch blog.

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