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Want more of your consumer questions answered, Tampa Bay? Vote now

Readers, it's time to pick your favorite question about how we buy, eat, drink and consume in the current state of the world. Then, we'll answer it for you.
Costumers go in and out of Walmart wearing masks on July 15 in Oldsmar. The retailer is now requiring face coverings to shop inside its stores.
Costumers go in and out of Walmart wearing masks on July 15 in Oldsmar. The retailer is now requiring face coverings to shop inside its stores. [ MARTHA ASENCIO RHINE | Times ]
Published Aug. 7, 2020|Updated Aug. 7, 2020

Ready for Round 2, Tampa Bay consumers?

A few weeks ago, we asked you through Hearken, a company that helps newsrooms write about what readers want to know, what questions you’d like answered about consumer affairs — how businesses are doing in this coronavirus crisis, how we shop, how goods and services that make up our daily lives have changed.

Then, Tampa Bay Times readers voted on the question they liked best.

Related: So does the cook making my burger at a Tampa Bay restaurant have to wear a mask?

The winning question asked if the cook who makes your burger in a restaurant is required to wear a mask, and we answered it in a Sue Carlton consumer affairs column last week. We threw in a couple of your bonus questions, too: Is an aluminum shortage keeping us from finding our favorite sodas in stores? Are dancers at strip clubs required to wear masks?

Now we have fresh batch of readers’ questions. And we’re ready for you to weigh in on the one you most want answered using the form below. (If you can’t see it, click here.) We’ll find you the answer and you can read it here. Thanks for voting.

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Do you have a question that isn’t on this list? Submit it using the form below, or click here.

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