MINEOLA N.Y. Legislators in New York's Nassau County have proposed a law that would require restaurateurs to list the prices of daily specials. Harvey Levinson, chairman of the county's Board of Assessors, initiated the proposal and suggested that it be adopted statewide. He said in a statement on Nassau County's official website that "a patron’s heartburn is limited to the food they eat, not the price they pay."Levinson said restaurants also should be required to list prices for ...

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