New law in New Jersey imposes stiffer price-gouging penalties

New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine signed a bill into law Jan. 3 toughening penalties for fuel price gouging. It took effect immediately. The new law, previously S383, fines fuel station operators $1,500 for increasing the price of fuel more than once in a 24-hour period. Repeat offenders would face a $3,000 fine.

this was at theb end of the article,
In addition, stations are forbidden from providing rebates, allowances, concessions or benefits either directly or indirectly to allow a person to obtain motor fuel below the posted price.
So does that mean that those "big" trucking companies are going to have th give up their rather LARGE discounts they get from the truckstops??

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