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Wednesday, April 24, 2013

How Milk Prices Are Set

Laura Anderson and Dan Pashman interview Kirk Kardashian (a land use lawyer turned writer) about how government sets the price of milk.   As the interviewers note, milk is almost unique among commodoties, in that the government plays a very direct role in determining how much it costs. The interesting stuff starts at about 2:25.

 

Steve Clowney

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