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12100902restaurant-bill.jpgBrooklyn City Councilman David Greenfield wants to introduce a piece of legislation that would fine restaurants that hide when gratuity has been added to the bill. Greenfield tells the Post: "We're not looking to hurt the hard-working waitstaff at restaurants...But at the same time, we don't want you to trick people into tipping you twice." If the bill is passed, restaurants could be fined up to $250 for failure to clearly indicate when gratuity has been added. [NYP]

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