SF 965 (see companion bill HF 844) – MinnesotaStatus: Inactive / Dead
Year Introduced: 2021
Subd. 2. Prohibition. If the governor declares an abnormal market disruption a person is prohibited from selling or offering to sell an essential consumer good or service for an amount that represents an unconscionably excessive price.
Subd. 3. Civil penalty. A person who is found to have violated this section is subject to a civil penalty of not more than $1,000 per sale or transaction, with a maximum penalty of $10,000 per day.
Subd. 4. Enforcement authority. The attorney general may investigate an alleged violation of this section. The authority of the attorney general under this section includes but is not limited to the authority provided under section 8.31.
Key Issues: HEALTHCARE COSTS Price Gouging Competition HEALTHCARE MARKETS
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