SACRAMENTO Calif. California moved a step closer to requiring nutrition disclosure by some chain restaurants when the state Assembly passed a bill that includes a number of provisions favored by the California Restaurant Association. The measure moved to the state Senate, which is expected to approve the bill before the end of the week. Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has not indicated whether he would sign the measure into law.The Republican governor vetoed a menu-labeling bill last year, ...
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