They are fees that annoy so many Americans. You’ve probably seen them. At hotels they are called "resort fees," "destination fees," the always-infuriating "amenity fees," or "city fees" and often average about $30 per night. The fees are often not shown in the overall price when you search for a hotel or are mentioned secondarily but not in the quoted price. Or when you rent a car, numerous non-government fees are added to the daily rental price. And don't forget when you buy a concert ticket, tons of fees are added on before checking out. The same goes for all those cell phone company-imposed fees making your bill far higher than the advertised price. Now, California Democratic legislators led by Attorney General Rob Bonta are proposing a law that would force companies to show the true price with those fees included when prices are quoted and could not be added later in the buying process. The hotel industry is fighting back saying resort and destination fees help pay for employee wages and are only applied at a small number of hotels. But travelers will tell you they are appearing more and more often at many hotels that are clearly not resorts.