Florida and Rhode Island have become the most recent states to propose placing a cap on the amount of commission food delivery apps like Uber Eats and Door Dash can charge on orders. 

If passed, Florida and Rhode Island would join Oregon and Washington, as well as some cities in the U.S. like San Francisco and New York, in limiting the amount of commission food delivery companies can charge restaurants for delivering their food to consumers. Since commissions are a main source of revenue for these apps, ceilings on commissions could have an enormously negative impact on the restaurant market during COVID. 

You can read this op-ed in The Town Hall.

Restricting Food Delivery Services Would Devastate Consumers by Derek Hosford (townhall.com)