Price gouging: one way to avoid the law’s reach is to always charge high prices

Michael Giberson The headline of this Q & A exchange in the Orlando Sentinel gets it right: “It’s only price gouging if you do it occasionally.” Under Florida’s price gouging law, “it is unlawful to sell essential commodities, which include food, ice, lumber and gasoline, for an amount that ‘grossly exceeds’ the average price for … More Price gouging: one way to avoid the law’s reach is to always charge high prices