Dominic Pino writes in National Review on supply chain backlogs.
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- As of last week, there were over 100 ships that were waiting to unload at the Los Angeles and Long Beach harbors.
- Shipping delays hurt supply chains which has a negative impact on consumers and the environment alike.
- While increased consumer demand from a rebounding economy was bound to hamstring supply chains, government regulations such as the Jones and Foreign Dredge Acts make the problem worse.
- To reduce supply chain backlogs while benefiting consumers and the environment, governments at the state and federal levels should reduce harmful and antiquated regulations.
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