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Wisconsin’s anti-dumping laws hurt consumers

“A Michigan-based supermarket trying to expand into Wisconsin has come up against an absurd law against selling products at “unfairly low” prices.  As reported by MLive, the Meijer grocery store chain is facing complaints that its grand opening sales violated Wisconsin law for offering products at prices below cost. Why is that bad?”

ViaWisconsin’s Unfair Sales Act and the Folly of Antidumping Laws | Cato @ Liberty.

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