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Los Angeles to Ban New Fast Food Restaurants

Last spring I did a piece on the efforts by New York City officials to make restaurant nutrition information more transparent. More specifically, they wanted all nutritional information printed for consumers to see and evaluate their choices.fast food restaurants

There are many levels to the battle between government and private enterprise on the subject of public health, with most of the headlines coming from the Big Apple. But it’s now spread to the West Coast.

Los Angeles city-council member Jan Perry is spearheading legislation that would ban new fast food restaurants from opening in a 32-square-mile area of the city. According to Perry, the area already has 400 fast food establishments.

Here’s a quick video that explains more on the fight:

July 23rd, 2008

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crystal .g.

i understand but i guess not everybody is focus on eatin healtly i really do injoy a quarter pounder that happends to be surved at mc donlalds nd i injoy eating there

posted Nov 15th, 2010 9:37 pm



   
 

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