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  •  regulated prices cause inefficiency... (0+ / 0-)

    Because the regulators inevitably set prices so the least efficient can make a profit.

    Look at the telephone industry (or airlines, or trucking) in the 1970s as compared to today.

    Yes, there are real benefits to regulation, but lower prices is not generally one of them.

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