Some young Bostonians, organizing around a nonprofit called Future Boston Alliance, would love a city that is looser when it comes to regulating dance clubs and bar closing times. But what makes a city or region cool and hip to entrepreneurs has less to do with Red Bull and vodka, and more to do with the access to capital, resources and services. That’s what policymakers should be pushing, and some are.
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