HAUPPAUGE N.Y. Legislators in Long Island’s Suffolk County on Tuesday passed a bill requiring restaurateurs to list the prices of daily specials on their menus. The bill, authored by Lynne Nowick, chairwoman of the Consumers Affairs Committee, now goes to county executive Steve Levy for his approval. If Levy signs the legislation, restaurants in Suffolk would face fines of $50 to $500 for noncompliance.The measure contends that all restaurants in the county would have to “give their ...

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