(1) “Abnormal disruption of the market” means any emergency that prevents ready availability of essential consumer goods or services.
(2) “Essential consumer goods or services” means goods or services that:
(a) Are or may be bought or acquired primarily for personal, family or household purposes, including but not limited to residential construction materials or labor, shelter for payment such as a hotel room, food, water and petroleum products such as gasoline or diesel fuel; and
(b) Are necessary for the health, safety or welfare of consumers.
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