The introduction of price control policies and related reforms dates as far back as the third century A.D. In the United States, the modern era of national price controls was introduced in 1906 through the Hepburn Act to manage railroad rates. In this episode of CFAL Talks, our expert panel (Pamela Ferguson, Angelo Butler, and Lashell White) explore an interesting question – Are Price Controls Still Relevant? Here in The Bahamas, do you think that price controls truly help to make certain items more affordable and benefit our society in the long run? We explore this topic.