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Supreme Court to hear free speech challenge to credit card surcharge laws

The U.S. Supreme Court is set to hear a free speechchallenge by retailers against a New York law that prevents stores frominforming customers about surcharges on credit-card purchases, Bloomberg Newsreported Sept. 29.

Under that law, stores instead must tell customers that theyare offering discounts to cash or debit card payments. Expressions Hair Design,a salon in Vestal, N.Y., leads the group of retailers challenging the law.

The court will hear arguments next year and decide the caseby the end of June 2017, the news outlet said.