New York restaurant owners call grading system a "stealth tax"

12/20/2010 | Wall Street Journal, The

Some New York City eateries have been racking up fines since the city's health department imposed a system requiring restaurants to post the letter-grade results of their inspections. Establishments that don't receive an "A" the first time out are subject to more frequent follow-up inspections, which often result in additional fines for violations.

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