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According to National Automatic Merchandising Association senior vice-president of government affairs Ned Monroe, the change will protect vending operators from unscrupulous individuals who were stealing business and tax information from current vending machine labels.
There is no fiscal effect on the industry from the changes to Florida's HB 7157, Monroe explained, "but complying will assist in protecting your corporate identity and tax information."
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> I don't really see the need for insults...
FLORIDA LAW REQUIRES THIS NOTICE TO BE POSTED ON ALL FOOD AND BEVERAGE VENDING MACHINES.
Report any machine without a notice to 1-800-352-9273. You may be elligible for a cash reward.
> Can you explain what you feel the point of the sticker is, and why this particular sticker wording is a good solution to that point? Clearly there is some miscommunication going on here if you feel the sticker is an example of good government, and others feel the exact opposite.
> The sticker gives zero information, other than that I might get cash for calling a phone number. You may think that's a good thing. I don't. Training people to call random phone numbers for unknown reasons isn't a good thing.
Also, how is this "clearly a pretty good solution"? Has it vastly increased tax revenue? Do you have some statistics the rest of us lack?
And if you haven't measured the effect the sticker has had, how exactly have you arrived at the conclusion that this is "clearly a good solution" (or even any solution at all)?
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