Why would a citizenry want its government to require, by law, higher prices?
At anytime, it’s a good question but, as veteran journalist Ken Wysocky points out, at a time of raging inflation, it takes on a new urgency.
And why would a government, such as Wisconsin’s state government, go on requiring, by law, higher prices even though there is a broad bipartisan consensus that it should stop? And shelves of research showing it to be pernicious?
The Badger Institute has been asking this question for a long time, and Wysocky here reviews the findings — because our state is still requiring, by law, higher prices.