It's also morally right to fulfill contracts.
It's true that no one is making them go to college, but the market should decide what their skills are worth. Instead, colleges have created an anti-competitive cartel (the NCAA) whereby students cannot shop their skills around for the best deal. Instead, schools are forbidden by the NCAA from paying players anything aside from the awarding of a scholarship. What if your employer claimed they were forbidden from giving you a raise by saying that they recently entered into an industry-wide cartel that disallows raises? Wouldn't you complain?
Isn't "co-collaborators" kinda redundant?
In a way is this a good thing? That the LGBT community has reached a point where "ground zero for gay Atlanta" isn't really needed anymore? There is a ways to go, of course, but maybe it's just a sign of progress.
Gsu pays zero property taxes. Whether they should is another discussion. In private ownership the city and county will realize some tax revenue, which would have been cut off had gsu bought the building.
GSU buying up all these buildings takes them off the tax roll. I'm glad they didn't get the Equitable building.
wow, this story is incredibly stupid
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