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Letter: Gas stations and credit signs

Mustafa Atabay, manager at the American Gas station

Mustafa Atabay, manager at the American Gas station in Smithtown, pumps gas on Jan. 14, 2015. Prices at the full service station fell to $2.17 Wednesday morning. Credit: Newsday / Thomas A. Ferrara

Gas stations should post credit surcharge

"Credit-card surcharge nixed" [News, Sept. 30] said that a federal appeals court had upheld the New York State law that prohibits the imposition of surcharges for the use of credit cards, as opposed to paying cash.

I hope that this means that gasoline stations must now post the credit-card prices on their large signs, instead of hiding them.

Mary Johnson, East Meadow

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