Ron explains to Leslie that she can’t have everything she wants.
Leslie is afraid of getting the flu from people who are coming to the office sick.
Leslie shares her opinion that a vendor at the farmers’ market has a crude display, and cites this as a reason to kick them out.
Jamm bought a table from Benihana for $4,000 and thinks it is worth every penny.
Ben has a week off in between jobs and spends his unemployment creating a complex board game called the Cones of Dunshire.
Kathryn Pinewood explains that a soda tax would lead local restaurants to layoff 100 people. The tax increases the costs to the restaurants and causes them to cut back production.
Leslie is accused of stripping people’s personal freedoms, but there are significant benefits to the community. When determining the appropriate level of government regulation, the costs and benefits of each action need to be considered.