File this under: "Some people just have too much time on their hands."
A county in the state of New York is considering legislation that would require restaurants to list the prices of daily specials. Apparently even that isn't going far enough for some folks, and these same legislators are tempted to require lists of prices for desserts, cocktails, and coffee.
I wonder when this same county is going to regulate the font on the menus and the quality of the paper that they use?
Has anyone else found this to be a problem in their restaurant experiences? I can't think of an example where the consumer "needs to be protected" from not having a list of prices.