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March 07, 2006


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Recently went to Walmart in Western NY & saw big signs for paper towel multi-packs for $7.48. It rang up as $8.89 (They don't label individual packages). I told the clerk it was wrong. She just gave that "I don't need this" look so I left my wife at the check out & went back to the rack, found a worker there who agreed to come with me & tell her the correct price. She reluctantly complied.

Is there any such law as in Michigan in NY or in PA?


I'm not sure. My guess is that you'd need to contact the Secretary of State in NY or PA and ask them.

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