Winter weather emergency declaration prohibits price gouging in San Antonio, Bexar County


A joint City of San Antonio and Bexar County Winter Weather Emergency Declaration goals to guard shoppers in San Antonio and Bexar County from price gougers throughout the winter storm.

According to the declaration, which was filed Wednesday with the Bexar County Clerk, states that the next items and providers can’t be charged for greater than the common retail price:

  • Groceries, drinks, bathroom articles and ice
  • Restaurant, cafeteria, and boarding home meals
  • Medicine, pharmaceutical and medical tools and provides
  • Hotel rooms, motel rooms, or another non permanent lodging obtainable to the general public
  • Gas and different fuels, together with propane and diesel

Anyone who has been the sufferer of price gouging is requested to name the Texas Attorney General’s Office at 800-621-0508 or click here for extra info.

You can learn the emergency declaration under:

First Amended Joint City of San Antonio and Bexar County Winter Weather Emergency Declaration by David Ibanez on Scribd

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