Public health expert Ken Harvey believes that they should
In theory, allowing people to make their own choices about purchasing products, unfettered by a “nanny state”, sounds fine. However, this assumes that consumers can make informed, rational choices about the cost, risks and benefits of a given product, and that their decisions have no impact on others.
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