SAN MATEO Calif. California’s San Mateo County is moving toward a vote on a menu disclosure bill that would levy such penalties on noncomplying restaurants as the revocation of their operating permits, according to local press reports. The two county lawmakers who formed a subcommittee to evaluate the proposal have recommended that the full board of supervisors approve it at their meeting on Aug. 12, the news reports said. With two of the supervisors already supporting the measure, ...

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