While waiting in line in a supermarket, you observe a woman trying to pay with food stamps. Under the law, food stamps cannot be used to pay for prepared items so the register would not accept the stamps in payment for a $6 container of chicken noodle soup from the deli counter. The woman explained that she was sick and did not have the energy to cook. She just wanted to go home and get in bed. In general, you agree that this law is reasonable people on limited budgets should not be buying more expensive prepared food. But the woman is sick. Would it be ethical for you to buy her chicken soup if she agreed to buy $6 worth of your grocery items?