Last week, Judge Seibel dismissed a First Amendment challenge to a Dutchess County law requiring retail supermarkets to clearly post prices on each item using a sticker, tag, or other label.  The plaintiff claimed that changing the price tags on items each time the store held a sale was an improper burden on the store’s First Amendment free speech rights.  Judge Seibel disagreed – and questioned whether price tags on grocery items constituted speech at all.

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