“The idea that if you raise the price of alcohol, then people won’t drink as much…doesn’t really work that way. People just spend more money on beer and less money on other things that they need.”
At AFF’s April roundtable on food policy, Michelle Minton of the Competitive Enterprise Institute said consumers and small businesses are suffering under current alcohol regulations. Is it time to deregulate the alcohol market and let the beer flow freely?
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