It’s a win for struggling city restaurants.
On Monday night, the Baltimore City Council approved a bill that would temporarily limit the fees food delivery apps can charge.
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Under the legislation, apps would not be allowed to collect more than 15% in fees. Apps such as GrubHub and DoorDash currently collect fees as high as 30%.
It will last until 90 days after Gov. Larry Hogan’s state of emergency declaration ends.
Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott has signed the bill into law.
I want to thank the sponsor of this bill, @CouncilmanETC, Council President @Nick_Mosby, and the entire city council. I look forward to continuing to work together on solutions that benefit the residents of Baltimore during this pandemic and beyond.
— Brandon M. Scott (@MayorBMScott) January 26, 2021
Source: CBS Baltimore
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