An editor with some sense

From the Portsmouth Herald's editorial section, Price controls, overregulation caused flu vaccine shortage.

The flu vaccine shortage is an example of the inability of government to improve on the functioning of the open market. By pushing out other customers, government programs have forced prices down. Regulation has continued unabated, putting additional pressure on suppliers. So today, we have few choices for vaccines in general and only two choices for flu vaccines.
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I get the point about

I get the point about regulation, but I don't see any actual price controls cited in the article.