Oklahoma AG Cracks Down on Post-Disaster Price Gouging

, The National Law Journal


Oklahoma Attorney General E. Scott Pruitt is already cracking down on price gouging, identity theft and charitable fraud after a tornado destroyed an Oklahoma City suburb.

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  • ColorBlindJustice

    Anti-price gouging laws are futile nanny state attempts to thwart the immutable forces of supply and demand. They ultimately lead to scarcities and thus slow the rate of recovery.

    That said, anyone found guilty of identity theft or charitable fraud shold be summarily executed.

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