I went to a movie theater the other day in Woburn, MA. I saw a banana for sale. I asked about the price they said it was $4.75 for one banana.
My question is, What about the Sherman Anti-Trust Laws?
What about commerce clause?
What about encouraging people to eat healthy?
What about the wasteful food of the entire bananas that could have been consumed a reasonable price?
What about the sign that bans outside food from being brought in and consumed?
The key principles of Sherman Anti-Trust is: (Market allocation, price fixing or gouging)
Commerce Clause: (excluding other markets from competition).
Food shortage food crisis???