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Bikinis, Photoshop, or naughty words?
It’s time again for Reason’s annual “Nanny of the Year” award -- the honor that's handed out by the libertarian think tank every year in honor of the person, group, or law that epitomizes government overreach.
This year’s race came down to three tough choices:
- The Middleborough, Mass., ban on curse words
- An Arizona politician who really dislikes Photoshopped models
- A New Jersey politician who's none too fond of bikinis.
“The Nannies have been as male-dominated as the Academy Award for best director, but for the first time in history most of the nominees are women! Will this be the year that Nanny gold finally ends up in a woman's hands?” the video’s description reads.
Who will win? There can only be one:
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