I believe that government shouldn't step in on business revenue and product prices. In the case of a natural catastrophe however, with the demand on basic items rising, the cost for shipment and reproduction would go up as well. Which would in turn force the price for those items to rise, with a profit margin shift to the right. So I do not believe it should be legal to raise prices, with the exception if there is no profit being made. This is because the profit made is how the companies keep these items in constant reproduction and shipment. I have a total understanding of what I'm saying, but I tried to use some extra "Economics vocab" to up my argument point. Hope it made sense/the vocal is used properly. Have a good day!
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