BOSTON — Massachusetts legislators are expected to file a bill today that would impose stiff penalties for seafood fraud at restaurants and supermarkets, according to the Boston Globe. Businesses that mislabel seafood could be fined up to $800, and repeat offenders might have their operating licenses suspended or revoked. The bill would also ban establishments from selling escobar, with a minimum fine of $400 or license suspension for first-time offenders. Escobar is often ...

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