Few would argue that the odds are against success in this industry. So, it's particularly unnerving when city officials create unnecessary roadblocks to success. Two recent examples got headlines last month. The first took place in Washington, D.C., when a 42-year-old attorney and mother of two was handcuffed, arrested, put in jail and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol. As it turns out, the woman had a glass of wine with dinner. A breath test found a .03 blood-alcohol ...

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