This weekend I picked up Liberty & Law, the magazine from the Institute for Justice and saw that the back cover contained an ad about an IJ case I referenced last year in a commentary about ridiculous regulations and licensing requirements. The IJ case is about a lady who simply wants to arrange flowers but hasn’t been able to pass Louisiana’s licensing test. You probably won’t be surprised to learn that North Carolina imposes its own array of licensing requirements — and fees that go with them — on people who want to earn a living in particular fields.