Storify: Legislation targets LI gas stations hiding credit fees

Proposed legislation would require gas stations to display the credit card prices right next to the cash prices on curbside signs (LIR Photo by Tom Uddo)

While gas prices fall across the country, many Long Islanders have forked over $2 more per gallon when paying with a credit card. Proposed legislation will target gas stations that do not disclose both their cash and credit prices on curbside signs–with a maximum fine of $1,000 for violators.