Gap Fill - Cashless Payments - Level 6


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Businesses that violate the regulation could face fines of up to $1,500 for each . Critics of cashless businesses say they discriminate against the sections of society, many of do not have bank accounts or credit cards. One city said: "I worry about the real-world discriminatory effect that cashless business can have on New Yorkers, especially in communities of color." Another said: "I think it's discriminatory not to accept cash because some people can't get credit." An of the bill said it was a sign of government : He said: "We are inserting ourselves in the business of business in a that we don't have the right to."

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