Speaking of government imposing bans on certain activities, we took note of a new possibility in the wake of Amazon shelving its plan to open part of its HQ2 in New York City. A number of states are looking at creating a compact that would prohibit those governments agreeing to the compact from offering financial incentives for major businesses to relocate to their jurisdiction. It’s reported that New York, Illinois and Arizona have laws being considered to prohibit tax incentives to businesses. Of course, at the federal level, Senator Bernie Sanders for the past couple of years has filed his End Corporate Welfare legislation for the past couple of years. Now, with the $1.2 Billion Amazon was offered by New York being in the headlines, more states are looking at jumping on the ban bandwagon. Legislators in Florida, Massachusetts, Connecticut and New Jersey are said to be drafting their own versions.