Yaël Ossowski

Why we opened a nanny-state store in Shoreditch

spiked!: The British government’s regulation of what we can buy, sell, eat, drink and smoke is out of control.

Yaël Ossowski

A Nanny State Shop In London

Dick Puddlecote Blog: It was pleasing to see SfL replicating their nanny state store in the UK after a couple of previous incarnations across the Atlantic.

Yaël Ossowski

Tobacco firms refused plain packaging appeal permission

Print Week: Students For Liberty, a network of pro-liberty students from across the world, and the Consumer Choice Center are jointly host a plain packaged “nanny state store” to protest against such regulations.

Yaël Ossowski

Slovak study fuels concerns about lower quality food in Eastern Europe

EURACTIV: The Consumer Choice Center is quoted in an article on the dual foods debate in Central and Eastern Europe.

Yaël Ossowski

Why Fewer Canadians Are Using Tobacco

HUFFINGTON POST: Despite millions in proposed new spending for getting Canadians unhooked off tobacco, fewer are lighting up.

Yaël Ossowski

L’italiano di Bruxelles che può aiutare il Sud del mondo

Affari Italiani: The Consumer Choice Center’s Luca Bertoletti publishes an article on the debate over palm oil and its impact on Italy.

Yaël Ossowski

Supply Management and the Dairy Farmers of Canada

The Conservative Online: Supply management is one of the policies in Canadian politics that seems to never give way.

Yaël Ossowski

Ending the Burden of the Regulatory State

Free to Brew: Joining the show is Yaël Ossowski, Public Relations Director for the Consumer Choice Center, and North Carolina Native.

Yaël Ossowski

Yaël Ossowski on Chad Adams Show

Yaël Ossowski, public relations director of the Consumer Choice Center, is interviewed on the Chad Adams Show, broadcast out of Raleigh, North Carolina.

Luca Bertoletti

POLITICO Brussels Influence: Consumers for liberty

CONSUMERS FOR LIBERTY: The Consumer Choice Center, a grassroots-led movement that will begin operations next month, wants to mobilize millennials against what its founders argue is overburdensome regulation that limits choice.