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It’s not that we’re trying to make kids fat — clearly we’re not; it’s about how much government intrusion is really necessary.
Arizona Restaurant Association president Steve Chucri • Using the small-government argument to fight for one of his group’s major interests: Keeping Happy Meals unregulated. The group helped push forth an Arizona law that bars local governments from doing what San Francisco did — that is, forcing fast-food places to sell healthier food with their toy-laden meals. Yale’s Kelly Brownell, who leads the university’s Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity, offers a pretty good explanation why the food industry is fighting so hard against the policy: ”The companies are fearful these laws will impede their opportunity to recruit new customers,” he notes. source (viafollow)
May 10, 2011 // 10:27 // 3 years ago
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