Liquor store owners and store association lobbyists claimed that allowing alcohol sales on Sunday would negatively impact their livelihoods.
Who needs better prices, products, and customer service?
The folly of government-run grocery stores is sadly not a historical relic like the USSR.
Inflation fell to 6.5 percent in December, but new House rules ensure that Congress will have to consider the inflationary impact of future spending bills.
Food prices were up 0.5 percent during November, even as energy prices fell by about 1.6 percent.
With government meddling, many farmers end up doing less with more, and people end up paying more for less.
Prices rose by 0.4 percent in September, faster than economists expected and indicating that rising interest rates aren't getting the job done.
Democrats pander to immigrants but do little to liberalize the system. Meanwhile, Republicans' hostility to immigrants has increased.
Even as gas prices continued to tumble, rising prices for food and housing pushed inflation higher in August and proved that prices aren't cooling off yet.
The senator from Florida calls for tariffs on imported fruits and vegetables.
The Massachusetts senator advocated breaking up major grocery retailers with antitrust laws.
Grocery store company Kroger has announced that it will be closing three stores in Los Angeles as a result of the county's new hazard pay law.
City-level requirements that grocery stores pay wage premiums during the pandemic could prompt layoffs, price hikes.
California grocers have filed three lawsuits against local laws requiring "hero pay" during the pandemic.
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Executive orders may have encouraged the lockdowns, but they always depended on voluntary behavior.
The FDA has relaxed some labeling laws in order to allow restaurants to sell groceries, but it could do more.
The Oregon AFL-CIO argues that self-checkout machines are costing jobs and increasing social isolation.
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Legal repercussions apply to everyone, even state attorneys who make 'honest mistakes.'
A proposed ordinance would fine stores $375 for shopping carts found off their premises.