Minimum Markup Law Under Fire from Talk Radio Hosts Across Wisconsin

October 2, 2015

[Madison, Wisc…] The MacIver Institute unveiled new information about the state’s minimum markup law on Thursday that showed a true cost difference for consumers in Wisconsin and other states that do not have similar laws. In some cases, consumers had to pay as much as 150 percent more for products in the Badger State over Illinois or Minnesota.

Talk radio hosts from across Wisconsin took time this week to highlight MacIver’s coverage of the law. Check out the segments below

Jerry Bader discusses the minimum markup law on 1360AM WTAQ in Green Bay.

Brett Healy joins Vicki McKenna to discuss Wisconsin’s minimum markup law and the associated costs on 1310AM WIBA in Madison. The interview also aired on stations in Eau Claire and La Crosse.