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"Consuming raw or undercooked seafood or shellfish may increase your risk of food borne illness." This official statement on a restaurant menu illustrates which of the following? a. an
organization's profit motive, encouraging them to improve their material well-being b. the government's role in the economy to protect the well-being of citizens c. an individual's right to eminent domain d. the enforcement of rights as established by Article I of the Constitution
This official statement on a restaurant menu illustrates: b. the government's role in the economy to protect the well-being of citizens.
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