Free speech, menu labeling, and the $100 cup of coffee

How much would you pay for a cup of coffee? Two dollars? Twenty dollars? How about a hundred?

You’re less likely to buy a cup of coffee if the price jumps from two dollars to twenty. Your chances of purchasing the beverage are even lower if the price skyrockets to a hundred dollars. This is basic economics: as the price rises, demand drops.

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