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Attorney General Ashley Moody has a reminder for people hoping to stiff hurricane victims — the ban on price gouging is still in effect after Ian.
Since Gov. Ron DeSantis declared a state of emergency on Sept. 23, prohibitions against excessive price increases for essential commodities have been in place, per state law. Since then, the Attorney General’s Rapid Response Team has recovered approximately $17,000 for more than 100 consumers who contacted the Florida Attorney General’s Office with allegations about suspicious prices.
“Florida’s price gouging laws
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